At present time women are doing stuff which makes them treat equal to men. In every field, they are showing their talent in a form of light which is illuminating with a speed. From sharing the responsibilities of home to making their own identity by establishing a career, they are doing all.
And another example is set by a 24-year-old female MBBS student Shahnaaz Khan as she is elected by the Villagers of the Garhazan village in Bharatpur. Shahnaaz is the youngest sarpanch from the Mewat region and also the most educated woman in the history of Garhazan.
According to the Hindustan Times at Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College Research Center in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh she is a medical student and. On the day of the election, a 24-year-old
was appearing for her 4th-year practical MBBS exam.
She said “People in Mewat area don’t send their daughters to schools. I will present before them my own example to show what education can do for a woman”
Shahnaaz is planning to do an internship at the Civil Hospital in Gurgaon. She is confident enough that she will be able to manage her studies as well as political career.
She is taking forward the legacy of her grandfather Hanif Khan. He was the previous sarpanch though his election was declared void after the court ruled that he had forged educational qualification documents. He was the sarpanch for 55 years.
She said “For instance, people here die of Tuberculosis. The disease can be cured with a six-month course but people are unaware”
Isn’t it a great news??? The lady is an inspiration to all other women in India.