3 Brave Female Officers from the Land of KPK Serving Pakistan. Many Pakistani women have managed to contribute greatly to society and realize their goals. Pakistani women are shattering gender stereotypes like never before. Despite all the glass ceilings there are women in Pakistan that have broken the barrier and becoming the true example of what Pakistani women are capable of doing. Pakistani women are proving their mettle in every field of life. Here we take a look at 3 inspirational and extremely brave women from the land of KPK.
3 Brave Female Officers from the Land of KPK Serving Pakistan
Rafia Qaseem Baig
KP’s Rafia Baig is the first Pakistani woman to join the Bomb Disposal Unit (BDU). She is not just the first female to have assumed this role in Pakistan, but also the first female in Asia. Rafia Qaseem originates from Peshawar belongs to a well-educated family, her inspiration to choose such a career path emerged after a blast near a sessions court motivated her. She has a Masters degree in International Relations. She also had another Masters degree in Economics and worked at International Rescue Committee. It was the time when she grew a passion for law and took an LLB program. She was the only woman among 31 police officials selected for an elementary course, the Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD), in Nowshera.
Rafia Qaseem underwent training in various areas including Michni, Salman Khel, Adezai in Peshawar. These areas were declared to be red zone.
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Dr Anoosh Masood
Dr. Anoosh Masood Chaudhry is the first female ASP in the KPK province. She had appointed after passing the Central-Superior-Services exam and selected PSP. Dr. Anoosh was among the 4 females ASP’s who have been recruited in the PSP in 40th of Common Training Programme (CTP). A total of 16 female officers were enlisted in PSP till the 40th CTP that completed training in 2016. Before she donned the police uniform Anoosh Masood studied medicine from Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Lahore, and got the Gold Medal.
After that she did one-year House Job at Mayo Hospital. Dr Anoosh was also awarded for being the youngest participant at SAARC International Conference of Dermatology 2008. Her scientific papers have been published in Journal of King Edward Medica University.th Dr Anoosh was first posted in Lahore but later transferred to the Abbottabad district.
AC Gul Bano
Gul Bano became the first lady assistant commissioner in Kohat. She is a grade-19 officer and belongs to Hangu district. She is a CSP officer who qualified for Pakistan Administrative Services and assumed the role as a district administration officer in Kohat district. It is her first posting as AC and after taking formal charge she started working in office. Assistant Commissioner Gul Bano for the first time in history of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa held khuli katchery for women in Urban-III Jangal Khel and heard their problems regarding public departments. She has qualities and traits of being bold, brave, fearless, dedication and preciseness.
These 3 Brave Female Officers have set a brilliant example for our society.