Things You Didn't Know About ASP Shehrbano Naqvi
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Pakistan’s celebrities are praising ASP Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi as a hero for her courageous act in rescuing a woman from a hostile crowd at Lahore’s Ichra Bazaar. The woman was accused of committing desecration while wearing a dress adorned with Arabic calligraphy. The prompt reaction of ASP Gullberg, Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi saved a women’s life after preventing her from getting attacked by a mob in Lahore.

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The event occurred when an unidentified woman was accused of wearing a dress with Arabic calligraphy. This instance sparked suspicion among some observers resulting in a mob which was about to attack the woman. The timely action taken by ASP Shehrbano helped avert a potentially volatile situation.

Social media has been filled with commendations for Lahore’s own Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi, who serves as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in Gulberg. ASP Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi has now been nominated for the esteemed Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal, the highest honor for bravery in law enforcement in Pakistan.

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ASP Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi engaged in dialogue with the upset individuals and tactfully guided the woman to safety, preventing a potentially harmful situation. She further reassured the crowd that the police would handle the matter according to the law and ensure justice. The courageous policewoman was observed shielding the woman with her arm and guiding her to safety, while her colleagues cleared a path for them to proceed.

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Facts About Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi 

  1. ASP Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi has a background in public management and has previously worked as an assistant director in the Intelligence Bureau. Syeda Shehrbano Naqvi successfully passed the CSS exam in 2019.
  2. She has founded initiatives such as the Tahaffuz (Protection) Centre and Datta Darbar to safeguard vulnerable children and women, garnering significant support.
  3. Additionally, she led efforts to establish daycare centers within police lines. She received praise for advocating against the euthanasia of police dogs and establishing a police animal rescue center.
  4. Previously, sniffer dogs were euthanized after eight years of service, but thanks to her efforts, Punjab Police now honorably retires service dogs, changing their previous practice.

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