‘Still Difficult For People To Accept Women As Officers,’ Karnataka Lady Police Officer Hits Out On Social Media

‘Still Difficult For People To Accept Women As Officers,’ Karnataka Lady Police Officer Hits Out On Social Media

As we all know about the inequality of man and woman in our society. Another case of women harassment is in the news nowadays. Two months ago Bellari Anupama Shenoy who was a Deputy Superintendent Of police resigned from her job just because she claimed a case against the Minister for harassing her. In a short time, another policewoman took the help of Facebook to discuss the inequality between men and women in the job related to government departments. Bellari Anupama took a strong step to get justice and her initiate becomes viral on the biggest social site Facebook.

‘Still Difficult For People To Accept Women As Officers,’ Karnataka Lady Police Officer Hits Out On Social Media

Many women start supporting her when she asked for help from the social media. She also stated that the department never remembers the hard work and achievements of the woman officers and always keep on neglecting them which is not a good way for the society. She shared her experience in her service of police, hardships and many things which she faced in her entire duty till now.

Gayathri Farhan was a sub-inspector in Bellari police station and in her record she achieved many goals. In his recent post on facebook, she said “It is difficult to accept women as officers. I am experiencing it since the beginning of my career. Though women work hard, their hard work is not recognised like that of men in the department.”

In her post, she also wrote about how a woman and a man officer is being treated  by the officials and the hard work of woman officers never recognise the efforts of the  woman officers.She also told the social media that there is no job satisfaction  after her service of 12 years as a sub-inspector. The post of her become viral in few hours which results to a huge controversy.

‘Still Difficult For People To Accept Women As Officers,’ Karnataka Lady Police Officer Hits Out On Social Media

However,  after few days of release, she removed her post from Facebook and updated a new status on her timeline in which she said: “I had posted the status in general, Kindly don’t try to give colours to the status.”.

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