Raipur: Third gender is often overlooked in the country, but this is the first time in Chhattisgarh, when 13 kinnar (third gender) will also become police constables in the state. For this, the names of 15 third gender participants have been released. Out of this, 2 have been placed in the waiting list. In the result released on Monday, a total of 2 thousand 259 posts have been selected from all over the state. It is probably the first state in the country, where such a large number of eunuchs are joining the police. There is joy in the Kinnar community over the selection of eunuchs in the police. He has also thanked the Chhattisgarh Police and Home Department.
Press release issued by Vidya Rajput
A press release has been issued by Vidya Rajput of the Mitwa Samiti, which works for the Kinnar community across the country. Vidya has said that the participants in the police recruitment have sent a message to India and the world that if they get a chance to show their skills, they can walk shoulder-to-shoulder with men and women and they are also entitled to a respectable life.
Due to the third gender person being considered as a stigma in the society, they have been excluded from the family and society. They have been completely deprived of participation in social, economic, political and cultural life.
Third gender contestant said- got a job of respect and respect
Selected third gender participant in Chhattisgarh Police Krishi Tandi says that 'I am very happy today, I have no words to express this happiness. I and all my colleagues worked very hard for this exam.
Komal Sahu, who is selected from Dhamtari, says that 'this is news that is still not trusted because I never thought that I would get a job of respect and respect'.
These participants of third gender were selected from these districts of the state
Selected third gender participants in Chhattisgarh are Deepika Yadav, Nishu Kshatriya, Shivanya Patel, Naina Sori, Sonia Janghel, Krishi Tandi and Saburi Yadav from Raipur, Sunil and Ruchi Yadav from Bilaspur, Komal Sahu from Dhamtari district, Akshara from Ambikapur, Rajnandgaon district. The names of Kamta, Neha and Doli are included. Explain that in the result released, the number of selected male participants is 1736, 289 of selected female participants and 13 is the number of selected transgender.