Breaking stereotypes, female police officer bags ‘Sword of Honour’ for second consecutive year

Women one step ahead of men as they bag best officer awards.

In certainly a pleasant sight to witness and event presenting an optimistic picture of women representation on Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), a female police officer has bagged the Sword of Honour for the second consecutive year. The said award is awarded to the best officer during the training.

Last year, the award was claimed by Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Faryal Fareed. This year, another woman, ASP Maham Khan followed the footsteps and claimed the top spot. The news was shared by ASP Muhammad Raza Tanveer on Twitter.

“Female officer bags sword of honour for 2nd year in running. Last year it was @FareedFaryal now its @MahamKhan45. Proud of you @MahamKhan45 #45thSTP #21stICC,” he wrote.

“Female officer bags sword of honour for 2nd year in running. Last year it was @FareedFaryal now its @MahamKhan45. Proud of you @MahamKhan45 #45thSTP #21stICC,” he said.

Last year, ASP Faryal Fareed made the record by being the first lady officer in Police Service of Pakistan to be awarded the ‘Sword of Honour’.

Women have defied gender-specific roles and have made a mark in previously male-dominated professions, shattering down the label of ‘fragility’. Among such unconventional examples, these women have made the mark. These resilient female police officers have not only brilliantly completed their training but also attained the highest award to advocate for their competence.

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