Afghanistan: All online shopping services closed under Taliban rule, two big companies also raised their hands
The situation in Afghanistan is going from bad to worse under Taliban rule. The Taliban are already making life difficult for the people with their new laws, while now the country is facing a deepening economic crisis and a suffocation of the neck. This has led to the closure of almost all major online shopping services in Afghanistan, with two major online shopping services companies recently announcing the closure of their services due to the financial crisis in the country.
Famous online shopping app also closed
Nearly a year after the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, the country has plunged into an economic crisis. The sudden collapse of the government of Afghanistan has resulted in economic crisis and financial problems in the country. Renowned online shopping app, Click.f with six years of successful marketing experience, announced its closure on Saturday evening.
Sales in the market were badly affected
A message published on Click.af’s Facebook page stated that they are no longer able to continue operations due to financial issues. The app’s operator said in a Facebook note, “Precarious economic conditions, lack of capital and the halt in the economic cycle have severely affected sales in the market and Click.af is no exception.” Masih Stankzai, owner of the Cliq online store, said he is not yet ready to express his feelings
Atrocities on women under Taliban rule
The human rights situation in the country has worsened due to the nationwide economic, financial and humanitarian crisis. However, the Taliban have repeatedly denied reports of human rights violations and called them baseless. According to a report by a global analytics firm, under the Taliban regime, Afghanistan ranks first in the list of the most unhappy countries in terms of mental disorders resulting from physical pain, mental stress, poverty and unemployment, anxiety and anger.