22-year-old from Badin becomes first Hindu ASP officer
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Raja Rajinder, a 22-year-old Hindu community member from Badin’s backward area passed the CSS exam and became Pakistan's first Hindu Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) officer, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Saturday.
Despite daily protests over the lack of facilities in the area, Raja Rajinder, Raja Rajinder, passed the CSS exam and became Pakistan's first ASP officer after studying at a public school in the same city.
In response to Raja Rajinder's success, the citizens gave him a warm welcome. As he shared his point of view, he said that the prayers of the parents brought the results.
He said that we are all Pakistanis where all nations see each other with one eye. According to the details, he worked hard to prepare for the CSS exam in Lahore for a year and took the exam in 2021.
Residents of the area said that not only the people of Badin but also the Hindu community across Pakistan is proud of the young Raja Rajinder. They added that a message to the world that minorities are given equal rights in Pakistan.
Reporter: Malik Danish Illyas