Manisha Mal Becomes Sindh’s First Female Hindu DSP

For the first time in the history of the country, a Hindu lady has joined the ranks of the Sindh Police after passing the competitive CCE examinations.

As per the merit list issued by the Sindh Public Service Commission office in Thandi Sarak, Hyderabad, Manisha Mal will be the first Hindu lady to take the office of the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP).

The daughter of Ballo Mal, who hails from Jacobabad, Sindh, had stood 16th in the merit list for the commissioned positions in the provincial government.


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The Hindu community is one of the largest minority groups in Pakistan. It has been estimated that around nine million Hindus live in Pakistan, with most of them spread throughout Sindh while sharing cultures, and traditions with the Muslims.

Mal’s achievement is a big step for the Hindus of the region who work hard to earn their livings and support Pakistan in letter and spirit.


    • what does Pakistani looks like? that’s why you lost East Pakistan maybe now belucistan. Janab Pakistan was a concept of safe haven for majlum. The day panjabi and elite of west Pakistan lost that view it became a slaughter house for It’s own people.

    • You are such a fool. You are a hater. You should know that she is also created by ALLAH. Shame on you to even say something that Ugly to anyone. I wish i was there in front of you to answer. Again SHAME SHAME SHAME.


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