SSP Tahira Yasub is First Female AIG in Gilgit-Baltistan Police

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SSP Tahira Yasub Becomes First Woman AIG in Gilgit-Baltistan Police

In a groundbreaking development, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Tahira Yasub has been appointed as the Assistant Inspector General (AIG) in the Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) Police Establishment, marking a historic achievement.

With this new assignment, she becomes the first woman to assume this role in the region. The GB police, through a social media announcement, acknowledged her as “one of the most experienced and capable officers within the Gilgit-Baltistan Police Service.”

Tahira Yasub brings a wealth of administrative expertise, having served in various departments, units, and branches across the GB police force.

Currently holding the position of Commandant at Police Training College Gilgit, SSP Yasub has previously occupied significant roles, including that of AIG Logistics.

Notably, in 2011, she made history by becoming the first woman police officer appointed as the Traffic Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP).

 Additionally, in 2012, Yasub played a crucial role in training both local and UN police during a 14-month assignment in Sudan.

Having achieved the rank of SSP in 2019, Yasub initially served as the inaugural woman Superintendent of Police (SP) in Gilgit-Baltistan.

Her academic background includes a degree in international relations from Karakoram International University. Furthermore, she has represented Pakistan in UN peacekeeping missions, showcasing her skills on the global stage.

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