Hindu woman to make history by being elected to the Administrative Service in Pakistan:
Pakistan has a total Muslim population. Only a small percentage are Hindus. The Hindus there have not yet reached any high position. But, she was a young woman who rewrote that history. Apart from only being selected for the first time in the Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), Pakistan has also given a position as Assistant Commissioner.
Here are the details.
The Hindu girl became the first Assistant Commissioner in neighboring Pakistan. Her name is Sana Ramchand. To achieve this position she had to pass the Central Superior Service (CSS). She was later selected in the Pakistan Administrative Service (PASS). This is the biggest administrative test in Pakistan. The first Hindu woman to make history in Pakistan.
Sana is also an MBBS doctor by profession. A total of 18,553 candidates appeared for the CSS written test. 221 of them passed. Sanaa is one of them. In an interview with local media, Sana said, ‘I am very happy, but not surprised. I have wanted success since childhood and as well, I got used to it. I also topped my school, college, and FCPS exams. Said.
Sana lives in the Shikarpur district of Sindh province. She completed his MBBS from Chandka Medical College in Sindh Province. She is currently studying FCPS at the Sindh Institute of Urology. She will be a surgeon soon. Hindus in Pakistan celebrated her current victory.
What is the Hindu census in Pakistan?
How many Hindus are there in Pakistan on this occasion? Let’s find out how their calculations are. There are different statistics on the number of Hindus in Pakistan. The last census was taken in 1998 in Pakistan. The census was also held in 2017 but. Demographic data according to religion has not yet been released.
According to the Bureau of Statistics of Pakistan, the total population in 1998 was 13.23 million. The Hindu population is 1.6% or 21.11 lakhs. In 1998, 96.3% of Pakistan’s population was Muslim and 3.7% non – Muslim. Pakistan’s population grew by more than 20.77 crores in 2017. In a reply to the Lok Sabha in March 2017, the central government said that according to the 1998 census, the Hindu population in Pakistan was 1.6% or about 30 lakhs.
Pakistan claims – there are 4% Hindus, the Hindu Council of Pakistan has a Hindu population of over 8 million, which is 4% of the total population of Pakistan. Accordingly, a maximum of 94% of the Hindu population lives in the Sindh Province of Pakistan.
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