Patna: Razia Sultana of Gopalganj district of Bihar has created history. Razia is the first woman to become a Direct Police Officer (DSP) in Bihar Police. He has achieved this feat after the recently released Bihar Public Union Commission (BPSC) results after a long wait of four years. Razia Sultana, the first Muslim girl to become a DSP in Bihar Police, is originally from Ratanchak in Hathua in Gopalganj district. His father MD Aslam Ansari used to work as a stenographer in Bokaro Steel Plant. He has passed away in the year 2016. At present the entire family is living in Bokaro.
Uncle said proud of niece
According to the report of news portal One India, Razia’s uncle Dr. AR Ansari was the medical in-charge at the Mashrak Primary Health Centre. Talking to reporters, Dr. AR Ansari said that he is proud of the success of his niece. Razia is the youngest of seven siblings. His only brother doing MBA is doing job in private company in Jhansi.
Razia told that he is currently working as an Assistant Engineer in the Electricity Department. Along with the job, she had prepared for BPSC, but the problem came that in Patna, BPSC coaching is done in Hindi, in which she felt uncomfortable. In such a situation, prepared myself at home through English medium. Succeeded in first attempt.
Only four Muslims in 40 DSP
Dr. M Rahman, associated with the coaching world, tells that 98 Muslim candidates out of 1454 of 64th BPSC have been successful. In which 40 candidates have become DSP. But out of these 40 DSPs, only four are Muslims. Razia Sultan, who became the DSP in the Director Bihar Police, has become the first Muslim woman in Bihar. For information, let us tell you that Razia Sultana, the first Muslim woman who became DSP in Bihar Police, has a relationship with Rajasthan, she has obtained her bachelor’s degree from Rajasthan. Razia had passed her 12th examination from Bokaro in the year 2011, after which Razia moved to Rajasthan, and did her graduation in electrical engineering from Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
I don’t even know the meaning of DSP
While Razia’s becoming DSP is being appreciated all over Bihar and other states, Razia Sultana’s mother Gulabun Nisha tells that she does not even know the meaning of DSP, Razia’s mother tells that Razia was born in 1994. was. She has been promising since childhood. There is an influx of people congratulating his daughter after becoming the DSP. I do not even have complete information about the post of DSP, but the daughter has brought laurels to the entire family by becoming a police officer.
A new script is being written to break the myth
Often, those who are frustrated on the part of Muslims taunt Muslims that daughters in Muslim families do not get much opportunities to read, write and move forward. They have to be confined to their homes by being ‘imprisoned’ in a burqa. But promising daughters like Razia have shattered this myth. Razia says that her family’s thinking is modern, there is no difference between son and daughter. Girls get a lot of opportunity to read and write. The family had sent me from Bokaro to Jodhpur in Rajasthan to study.