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Homeless Tajikistan Woman in Kabul Asks for Help

A Tajikistan national in Kabul claims she has been abused by her Afghan husband who abandoned her, and she is now facing severe challenges.  

The woman is named Bik Nazar. She says that her husband left the country over two months ago.  

“He was telling me: 'You are dangerous, and you are harming me.' This is why he left me,” she said.

“I really don’t know where he has gone and I don’t care either, because I lost my young boy and I have nothing else to care about.” 

She is currently living on the streets of Kabul and struggling to survive.  

Nazar says she came to Kabul 17 years ago with her Afghan husband. Her son lost his life while serving in the national police.  

Nazar says that she contacted the Tajikistan embassy in Kabul several times but was rejected.  

“I won’t go to Tajikistan. If they had accepted me, I wouldn’t have been in such a condition. If I go there, they will arrest me, that is why I don’t want to go to Tajikistan,” she said.  

She called on human rights organizations to provide her with assistance.  

“Take me a far distance away where I will be far from everything. I spend days and nights in Kabul, if I am in such a condition I may die,” she said.  

Homeless Tajikistan Woman in Kabul Asks for Help

She is currently living on the streets of Kabul and struggling to survive.  

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A Tajikistan national in Kabul claims she has been abused by her Afghan husband who abandoned her, and she is now facing severe challenges.  

The woman is named Bik Nazar. She says that her husband left the country over two months ago.  

“He was telling me: 'You are dangerous, and you are harming me.' This is why he left me,” she said.

“I really don’t know where he has gone and I don’t care either, because I lost my young boy and I have nothing else to care about.” 

She is currently living on the streets of Kabul and struggling to survive.  

Nazar says she came to Kabul 17 years ago with her Afghan husband. Her son lost his life while serving in the national police.  

Nazar says that she contacted the Tajikistan embassy in Kabul several times but was rejected.  

“I won’t go to Tajikistan. If they had accepted me, I wouldn’t have been in such a condition. If I go there, they will arrest me, that is why I don’t want to go to Tajikistan,” she said.  

She called on human rights organizations to provide her with assistance.  

“Take me a far distance away where I will be far from everything. I spend days and nights in Kabul, if I am in such a condition I may die,” she said.  

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