Manzil Saini, being the SSP of Lucknow will be very beneficial for the state from all rounds. Not only she is a tough and daring officer but also she has the ability to handle the very tough and complicated situations within the state and maintain the law and order. But have you ever thought,how will the citizens of the state react to this; on appointing Manzil Saini, a woman as the SSP of the state capital. In this male dominated society, the people here look upon the male police officers for safety. They think that women are incapable of doing such field works. But the evidence says that women can prove out to be far more efficient than men. The example of Manzil Saini depicts a clear picture on this issue. Appointing a woman as the SSP will not only help the state but also it will provide security of the highest degree to the women citizens . Addressing women issues would be much more transparent and comfortable.
Hence, from the above two examples, it must be very clear to the entire world that, in India and particularly in Uttar Pradesh, the situation for women safety and security is becoming better. The society needs to accept this fact that women can serve their country in the same manner as a man does, either by being a police officer, an SSP, an ASP, Police chief or holding any other position that would directly serve the country and the citizens. The gender discrimination and equality gap needs to be reduced so that there would prevail an equal ratio of men and women in the workplace, and in all the sectors of any working environment. The above two benchmarks of Uttar Pradesh displays very inspiring and motivational success stories of women which can encourage the upcoming generations to be like them,pursue their dreams and serve the state and the country responsibly.
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