Manisha Rupeta: The story of the woman who prepared for the exam by hiding from her family members…became Pakistan’s first Hindu woman DSP – who is pakistans first hindu woman dsp manisha rupeta


  • Trained in the most remote area of ​​Karachi

  • Helps in the preparation of the commission’s exam

A Hindu girl from a backward and small area of ​​Pakistan has done a feat that hardly anyone could have imagined. The girl’s name is Manisha Rupeta and she is the first Hindu girl in the country who has become a DSP. Passing the Sindh Public Service Commission exam and becoming a DSP is a big achievement in itself.

Father died at the age of 13
Manisha Rupeta had to go through a lot of struggle to achieve this feat. Manisha’s father, a resident of Jakubabad, a small and backward district, died at the age of 13. There was not that much opportunity for the education of children in Jakukabad. The mother then took courage and came to Karachi for a better future for her five children.

All brothers and sisters are in the medical profession
Recalling her days of struggle, Manisha says that girls were not allowed to read and write according to their choice in Jakubabad. If one had to study, then he was allowed to study only medicine, but Manisha’s heart was always to do a police job. Manisha’s three sisters are MBBS doctors, while her only and younger brother is also studying medical management.

hid exam preparation
Like sisters, Manisha also gave MBBS examination, but the marks came down and she did not pass. After this he took the degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy. But due to his attachment to the police uniform, he quietly started preparing for the Sindh Public Service Commission examination. On the basis of his hard work, he got success in the Public Service Commission examination and got 16th rank.

women did not go to the police station
Manisha said that women in Pakistan generally do not go inside police stations and courts. Even if women used to come there, there was always some man with them. There was a perception that girls from good families don’t go to the police station, which I had to change. Police profession has always attracted and inspired me. I have always felt that this profession makes the position of women more empowered.

Trained in the most remote area of ​​Karachi
Manisha said, ‘I believe that most of the victims are women, so there should be women for their protection. This is the motivation that I have always wanted to be a part of the police force.” Before taking charge as an independent DSP, Manisha took training in the most remote area of ​​Karachi, Lyari. Manisha was the first officer in the police department in the region. She is a woman. She took training under the supervision of ASP Atif Amir. Amir believes that increasing the number of women police officers will help in changing the image of the police department. Police officers like Manisha will help in building a good image of the police in the society.

Helps in the preparation of the commission’s exam
Apart from the job, Manisha also prepares for the Public Service Commission examination in an academy. Regarding this, she said, “It is very inspiring for me, because I feel that my guidance can help some girls to move forward.” Manisha believes that the police is a service that goes beyond gender and religion. He expressed hope that in the coming days more and more women from the minority community would join the police department.

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