AC Hassanabdal is a woman from a minority group. This is the first time in the town’s history that this has happened.
Dr. Sana Ramchand Gulwani, who is 27 years old, is now the AC Hassanabdal and manager.
After she passed the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam in 2020, Dr. Sana was the first Hindu woman to join the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS).
She grew up in the small town of Chak in Shikarpur, Sindh. She went to a local government school for both her elementary and secondary education.
In 2016, she got her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University. She went to school to become a urologist, and then she started getting ready for the CSS exam.
Her parents did not want her to see the administration, according to Dr. Sana. Her career in medicine itself was the family’s long-held desire. She did, however, succeed in hitting both goals.
Dr. Sana Ramchand said that as a member of the minority population, she has never had any issues.
I have all the rights here in Pakistan, she said.
“I am Hindu first, then a Pakistani. In my nation, I shall live and pass away. I’ll work to make Hassanabdal even more attractive since it’s a lovely city, she said.
Two officials from the minority group are now serving on both Hassanabdal administrative seats.
Hensin Karamat, a municipal committee officer, is a member of the Christian faith. In addition to Hassanabdal, he is also in charge of Hazro Tehsil.
Dr. Sana says that her parents did not want her to go to the administration. The family’s hope was that she would become a doctor herself. But she reached both of the goals.