Amir al-Muminin, or supreme leader, said that if he could, he would set wages for Afghan men and women. According to Bakhtar News, the emir said that he understands the problems and difficulties of his poor people, but the economy of the Islamic emirate is still weak. That’s why people should help, try to collect Zakat and Ushar and spend it in their place and the government organs should avoid extravagance.
efforts to implement Sharia law
Khama Press reported that Zabiullah Mujahid, Deputy Minister of Information and Culture and Chief Spokesperson of the IEA, one of the participants of the meeting, said in a press release, "All government administrations were directed to make efforts to enforce Sharia law, so that all Afghans would be subject to law." The statement said, "The meeting focused on enforcement of rules in government bodies, their activities, interactions with people, seeking solutions to the ongoing economic difficulties and involving all Taliban allies in security bodies."
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