Despite the continuous pressure of their families to also manage daily household chores, female constables in India are not leaving the battlefield, staying on duty, fighting and saving the country as committed frontline warriors. Their resolve to battle COVID-19 is fast changing the general perception of female cops in their respective families. Mausam Yadav, 26, posted in South Delhi district, got married three years ago. A mother of one-and-a-half-year old Ansh, she revealed that “after marriage she faced stigma from society about her job as a policewoman. She would face taunts that she should leave the job”. When COVID-19 hit India, her neighbours suggested she should take leave and be at home. But she resisted, saying: “I have worn khaki (police uniform) to serve the people. Abhi duty nahin karungi toh kab karungi (If I evaded duty at this juncture, when I would be needed)”, Yadav stated. Speaking to Sputnik, she said today her in-laws are proud of her and her husband is doing work from home. He actively helps her by taking care of their child. Asha Rani, another female head constable, said being extra vigilant about required precautionary measures has become quite important for them, as they are… Read full this story
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