Pakistan’s female traffic warden Salma Abdul Ghani has won the Best Performance Award at the UN Mission.
Officers and personnel from a total of 46 countries received training in Sudan on an eight-month-long UN operation. Salma Abdul Ghani has become the first traffic warden to participate in a UN mission for examinations and interviews from Pakistan. She made her country proud based on her outstanding performance among women officers from 46 countries.
Ghani led officers from seven countries to Sudan and won the Best Performance Award.
During the UN training, she participated in numerous training on modern police, cybersecurity, and law and order problems in operation. She told a local publication that she had learned ample knowledge during her Sudan training under the UN program. It will be useful to improve the performance of the traffic department in Pakistan.
All Credit Goes to Her Parents
She credited her success to her determination and the support her parents provided her with over the years, and now it is her turn to make them proud. “They have stood with me throughout my life, and now is the time I want to make them proud,” she added.
In recent years, we have witnessed many women crushing stereotypes as police officers in the country. These include strong women such as ASI Ambreen, the first female investigation officer in Islamabad Police Station, 25-year-old Shazia Ishaq, who became the first woman police officer from the Malakand division. Police officer Amna Baig who was appointed as Sub Divisional Police Office in Kohsar, and Sonia Shamroz, who became the first woman district police officer in lower Chitral.
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