The people of Afghanistan are facing hard time and after the take over of Taliban, mostof the governmental offices are closed and their wages are not paid yet.

Geti, a teacher at a government school, returned to her job a week after the Taliban came to power, but she has not received her salary yet. She said: “I did not get a salary for two months. I face economic problems. The teachers in my school are the sole breadwinners for their families.” 

Residents voiced concerns over the closure of some offices across the country. For example, people are waiting to receive their National Identity Card. Enayatullah, a Kabul resident, said: “I came to get my Identity Card. The process has not resumed. I ask that the process begins very soon.” 

An official at the Afghanistan Central Civil Registration Authority, ACCRA, said that national identity cards have already been printed and will be distributed new week. Hazarat Mohammad said: “We started our work. We will distribute printed identity cards on Saturday.” 

Meanwhile, the caretaker cabinet’s Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund at a Wednesday meeting ordered all ministries and some other government offices to immediately begin providing services to the people. 

Saaed Khosti, a member of the Taliban cultural commission, said: “We will witness more improvements in government, and the salary issue will be addressed.” 

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