A Hindu woman will be appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police in Pakistan for the first time. Manisha Ropeta has reached this position after facing many challenges.
A Hindu woman will be appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police in Pakistan for the first time. Manisha Ropeta has reached this position after facing many challenges. He said he had accepted the challenge of leading the feminist movement and creating gender equality in a patriarchal society.
26-year-old Manisha hails from Jacobabad in Sindh province. They believe that women are targeted in many crimes, and the most abused citizens are in male-dominated Pakistan. Manisha had cleared the Sindh Public Service Commission examination last year. He secured the sixteenth rank in the merit list of 152 successful candidates.
He is currently undergoing training and will be posted as Deputy Superintendent of Police in the sensitive area of Lyari. Manisha has three sisters who are doctors, and her younger brother is pursuing medical education. Her father died when she was 13 years old. After his death, she came to Karachi with her mother and siblings.
'It was unacceptable for girls to get higher education in our village. When his relatives knew that he was joining the police force, they thought that he would not be able to survive in such a challenging field for long. But he said that I had shown him that this belief is wrong.