KARACHI: A man named Rajender Meghwar became the first Hindu to qualify for the CSS exams.
Hailing from Badin district, Rajender Meghwar qualified for the CSS exam in 2021 and passed it with distinction. He also performed well in the interview. He was assigned a police group and will now be a proud member of the PSP.
Hindus are minorities in the country among which Meghwars are the backward caste and often face societal problems but these youth have broken down barriers and proved that nothing is impossible if you have the will. Many social media users were happy and congratulated the newly elected CSS candidate for his success.
In September 2019, a Hindu girl was inducted into the Sindh Police Force after passing the provincial competitions. Human rights activist Kapil Dev shared the news saying, “Pushpa Kolhi has become the first girl from #Hindu community to be qualified in provincial competition by Sindh Public Service Commission and become under -Deputy Inspector (ASI) Sindh Police. More power for her! Dev tweeted.
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In January 2019, Suman Pawan Bodani who belongs to the Hindu community was appointed as a civil and judicial magistrate judge. Bodani hails from Shahdadkot region and was ranked 54th on the merit list for Civil Judge/Judicial Magistrate appointment.
In an interview, Bodani said she was from an underdeveloped rural area of Sindh, where she saw poor people struggling to cope with various challenges. She added that her family, including her father and siblings, gave her all their support, which helped her achieve her dream of becoming a judge.
Hindus form the largest minority community in Pakistan. According to official estimates, 75 lakh Hindus live in Pakistan. However, according to the community, more than 90 lakh Hindus live in the country. The majority of the Hindu population is settled in the province of Sindh where they share culture, traditions and language with their fellow Muslims.
Great. But it is already a Hindu woman serving in Sindh as DPO.
Such things really give off nice vibes.
— Ansar Mahmood🇵🇰 (@ansarm779) February 15, 2022
I am against calling Hindus and other small groups a minority. He is as Pakistani as we Muslims, he has all the rights over Pakistan, like any other Muslim citizen. May Allah bless him for success and power. 🤲
— Uzair Ameen (@Uzairviews) February 15, 2022
Congratulations to our little brother
— Hafiz Muhammad Tahir (@hafiztahir40) February 16, 2022
So happy to hear that!
— Haroon Ali (@HaroonAli7816) February 15, 2022
Stop thinking of yourself as a minority. You are as much a Pakistani as I am. Being Pakistani is not a minority. You already do more for the country than me. When Pakistan is under discussion, religion should not be a chapter.
— Arslan Latif (@arslanxulehry) February 16, 2022
The difference between how Hindus treat Muslims in India and how Muslims in Pakistan treat Hindus is very visible in the comments. This happens when you have a great human being as the leader and not some fucking uneducated chai wala
— Akrama Khan Yusufzai (@Akr4m4) February 15, 2022