Meet Manisha – Pakistan’s First Hindu Lady Appointed as DSP Sindh

 Meet Manisha – Pakistan’s First Hindu Lady Appointed as DSP Sindh

It is always encouraging when a country’s minorities clasp high-profile positions. It undoubtedly improves the country’s image on the national spectrum. Moreover, Pakistan’s Hindu community has long been curbed to the spin-offs, when it comes to the key positions in the country. Meet Manisha – Pakistan’s First Hindu Lady Appointed as DSP Sindh.

Though, talented individuals from the Hindu community have been doing great to stand out from the crowd. The recent buzz is about a woman named Manisha Kumari who has marked an example by becoming the first Hindu female Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) of Sindh. 

As Per Social Media Reports,

“Manisha is the daughter of Baloo Mal Ropeta and hails from Jacobabad. Moreover, she successfully qualified for CCE-19 and became the first female Hindu DSP of Sindh.”

Human rights activist, Kapil Dev’s post has captured media attention

Taking to Twitter, he wrote, 

“Amidst all the negative news, here is some positive news. Manisha d/o Ballo Mal would be the first Hindu girl to have been appointed as DSP after clearing the CCE exam…”

Meanwhile, people on social media are clapping and wishing Manisha all the very best. Moreover, a contented picture of Sindh’s new DSP is also swirling over social media. Needless to say, it is an out-and-out pleasure to see a woman who belongs to a struggling minority community of our country shining azure high. 

Twittersphere’s wishes for Manisha

Pakistan is bestowed by an immense talent to shine on national and international arenas. Last year, Rahul Dev became the first Hindu general duty (GD) pilot in Pakistan Air Force chose, The government should take care of the minorities so that people like Manisha and Rahul continue to foster and oblige the nation in the years to come. 

We would congrats Manisha on her accomplishment and wish her all the best for a very bright future. Here you go, girl!

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