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Rukhsana Laghari

NAWABSHAH: Feminism got a boost recently when two sisters were appointed Station House Officers at predominantly male police stations.

The sisters are the first two women SHOs in the country, barring those who have held the position in women police stations.

Two other sisters are serving as SI and ASI. Rukhsana Leghari and Sanam Leghari, who had been serving as sub-inspectors in the Sindh police, have now been posted as SHOs in Benazirabad and Hyderabad districts respectively.

The proud father, Gul Hassan Leghari, is the director of campus in the Sindh Agriculture University, Tando Jam.

Three of the four sisters, Rukhsana, Sanam and Samina, joined the Sindh police in 2002 through the Sindh Public Service Commission.

Rukhsana, SHO at the airport police station in Benazirabad, holds a master’s in science and a bachelor’s degree in law. She topped the examinations for the post of sub-inspector. She completed her training from Shahdadpur.

Ms Rukhsana has served at various police stations in the Hyderabad region and was in charge of the driving licence branch before assuming the current position.

In an interview with Dawn, Rukhsana Leghari said that women should not be underestimated because they were strong and capable of carrying out the toughest of jobs.

‘Times are changing and women are facing the challenges bravely.’

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Dear fellow csps! i am glad to read the discussion via this forum. Genious selected people of this country are sharing their veiws about female's joinin different groups. after learnin a lot i am surprised over the concern miss amna has shown. how did u feel to ask this question? wat basically was in ur mind?
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@ affaf

aoa.. hova u? thanx for ur kind response and i completely agree wid wut u jotted in the last linez ov ur post. howeva brave lady if police or wuteva is the group for u i wishu all the very best.

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@ adil memon

aoa adil. howz lyfe?

i completely endorse ur opinion. wut u jotted down is infact the mode ov thinkin ov majority ov the sane ppl around. wut else than "smart" and "thoughtful" can be expected from a person ov ur intellectual stature adil sahab.
thanx once again


@ atif rana

aoa doc sahab..ur terminologiez like "if" and "utopia" jus made me say wut a reasonable and moderate response!!!

and yes i absolutely agree that not all men are chauvinists..atleast the onez i know are not...



@ zia khan

thanx zia khan for enlightenin us in due context.


@ ms.bushra

aoa bushra. hope everything iz fine at ur end. i respect ur opinion and cheerz for the brave ladiez form ma side too...(by the way um also one ov those who opted for police) hehee. n lemme make clear one thing that um not against the trend ov women optiin for police i only wanted to discuss this publicly so that a dependable opinion can be formed.

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