Sanjukta Parashar

Sanjukta Parashar is an Indian Police Service officer (IPS) since the 2006 batch. She is famous for her movement of India’s battle against Bodo militants. She did her schooling at Holy Child School, Guwahati, and Army School, Narangi. She is known for being the first woman IPS officer from Assam. In fact, the first woman IPS from Assam was Yamin Hazarika of 1996 Batch. She has secured the 85th All India Rank. Instead of joining IAS she broke all taboos and joined Indian Police Services. She was first posted as the Assistant Commandant of Makum in 2008 and in her next designation,  she has taken the responsibility of controlling the clashes between Bodo and illegal Bangladeshi militants.

In just fifteen months, she arrested around 64 militants and seized numerous arms and illegal weapons.

Sanjukta Parashar Bio

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