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Suhaee Aziz Talpur was among the first to rush to the Chinese consulate in Karachi upon reports of gunshots and blasts heard outside the building.
SSP Suhaee Aziz led the security operation to foil the terrorist attack on the Chinese consulate, successfully engaging the suspects on the site.
The first woman SSP from lower Sindh, Suhaee Aziz received praise for her bravery from the Sindh chief minister and Inspector General Sindh Police.
During his briefing to the Chinese consul general about the incident, CM Murad Ali Shah stood up and hailed her bravery.
“Suhaee Aziz, you have set an example of bravery. These are the women who are ahead of everyone,” he was quoted as saying.
The reprehensible terrorist attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, was thwarted by the courageous fight put up by our Sindh Police led by the courageous SSP Suhai Aziz. I salute the brave officers who were martyred courageously protecting our friends. We honor them
— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) November 23, 2018
Security forces earlier today foiled an attack on the Chinese consulate located in Karachi’s upscale Clifton, killing all three terrorists and seizing at least nine hand grenades, Kalashnikov bullets, magazines and explosives.
Two police officials were martyred while carrying out retaliatory firing. A security guard was critically injured and rushed to a hospital.
Talpur hails from a lower middle-class family of Bhai Khan Talpur village in Tando Muhammad Khan district.
Her father Aziz Talpur, a political activist and writer, always dreamt big for his daughter.
Suhai started her primary education at a private school in Tando Muhammad Khan and joined Bahria Foundation for her intermediate studies.
Her educational path then led her to pursue B.Com from the Zubaida Girls College, Hyderabad. After that she appeared for CSS and cleared it in the first attempt.
The first woman from lower Sindh to join the police was once shunned by her relatives. And only because her parents thought she deserved to be educated.