The BBC’s TV information bulletins have been taken off-air in Afghanistan after the Taliban “ordered our TV companions to take away worldwide broadcasters from their airwaves”.
The company has known as on the Taliban to “reverse their resolution”, claiming the service reaches six million Afghans weekly.
The Taliban have been ousted in 2001 by a US-led coalition, however swept again into energy final August following America’s chaotic finish to twenty years of conflict in Afghanistan.
On Sunday, the BBC introduced its TV information bulletin in Pashto, Persian and Uzbek had been taken off-air in Afghanistan following a Taliban order.
Tarik Kafala, head of languages, BBC World Service, stated: “It is a worrying growth at a time of uncertainty and turbulence for the folks of Afghanistan.
“Greater than six million Afghans devour the BBC’s unbiased and neutral journalism on TV each week and it’s essential they aren’t denied entry to it sooner or later.
“We name on the Taliban to reverse their resolution and permit our TV companions to return the BBC’s information bulletins to their airwaves instantly.”