Munaza Khan has been appointed as Okara’s first female SHO. She aims to work for the women of her district.
While talking to a local news channel, Munaza said,
“I have been given a responsibility and I will fulfill it with all my dedication and hard work, encourage open discussion at my police station so that both parties can get an equal chance to talk.”
Munaza is a married woman and a mother of two. She makes sure that none of the complaints she receives go unnoticed.
Khan want to work for the rights of the women in her region.
She explained that when it comes to work and performing her duties, there is no such thing as discrimination. She said,
“When we are in our uniforms, all gender differences disappear, it’s only you and your duty.”
Munaza gives credits of her success to her parents for always supporting her. Khan’s mother said, The officer credits her parents for her success.
“I’m very proud of my daughter, more than her, it was our dream to see her in this post.”
Munaza’s education was our top priority and we want other people to educate their daughters as well so that they can experience this pride, she added.