Afghanistan: Retirees demand that the Taliban administration pay their pensions despite the country's financial problems.

Hundreds of retired employees and veterans have voiced their dissatisfaction with their economic woes. They have demanded that the Taliban regime pay their pension contributions. The government is working on a proposal to improve the payments for retired government employees.

Kabul, Afghanistan, November 27: According to local reports, hundreds of retired employees and veterans have voiced their dissatisfaction with their economic woes and demanded that the Taliban regime pay their pension contributions.We demand our freedoms.My family needs my help, and I cant help them.We go to the department and they delay it, according to Tolo News, a retired employee.

All of the unemployed workers are here, but they do not pay us.According to Gul Khan, we don't have enough funds to even buy bread.For the past six months, I haven't paid my rent.We have a lot of challenges this winter, said Lailuma, a retired employee.

The civil and military retired employees have received almost 9.2 billion Afs.However, about 30,000 retired workers have yet to be paid, according to Mohammad Yahya Tareen, the department's head.On August 15, the Taliban invaded Kabul, forcing the US-backed government to step down.Following the Taliban takeover, the outfit revealed the composition of Afghanistan's new interim government in September.

The Afghan people has been given a variety of assistance by the international community, which has ranged from governments to non-governmental organizations.