DC Sherani, Sana Mahjabeen Umrani in the forefront in reopening the road for traffic in the rugged mountains of Koh e Suleman: Photo grabbed from a video on social media

Syed Ali Shah:

QUETTA: In a remarkable display of leadership and resilience, Deputy Commissioner Sana Mahjabeen Umrani has emerged as a beacon of hope in the challenging terrain of Koh e Suleman, Balochistan. Her unwavering commitment to public safety and efficient crisis management has garnered widespread praise. Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Sarfaraz Bugti led government has appointed five women as deputy commissioners in various districts of the province. This is for the first time in the history of the province having such a large nubmer of women senior administration officers.

 Natural Calamities:

When disaster strikes, DC Umrani is at the forefront. Whether it’s flash floods, earthquakes, or other emergencies, she coordinates rescue operations with precision. Her empathy for affected families drives her to work tirelessly, ensuring relief reaches every corner of Sherani district.

 Traffic Management Expertise:

Amidst chaos, DC Umrani orchestrates traffic flow like a seasoned conductor. She untangles snarled roads, allowing essential supplies to reach communities seamlessly. Her dedication keeps commerce moving even during the toughest times.

 Balancing Act:

Beyond calamities, DC Umrani tackles routine challenges. From land disputes to administrative hurdles, she navigates them all. Her fair and transparent approach has won hearts across Balochistan.

Chief Minister’s Praise:

Chief Minister Mir Sarfaraz Bugti recently took to social media to commend DC Umrani’s efforts. She embodies resilience, courage, and unwavering service—a true hero in our midst.
In the heart of Balochistan, Sana Mahjabeen Umrani’s story unfolds—a saga of determination, compassion, and leadership. The winds may howl, but she stands firm, a guardian of hope.

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