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Who says women can't do anything except making food in the kitchen? Especially those who try to create a society where women are made to feel inferior and down and are still discriminated, against in different sectors of society. Well, once again, Mawya Sudan from Jammu and Kashmir has proved all those people wrong. Those who consider women just a piece of object and think they cannot do anything in life.


After Lt. Bhawana Kant, Avani Chaturvedi, and Mohana Singh, now Mawya Sudan from Jammu and Kashmir, has come under the list of women flying officers in India. Mawya Sudan is the first flying officer coming from Jammu and Kashmir and breaking all the stereotypes of the people who have bad and wrong perceptions for the people of Kashmir.

Mawya from the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir has become the first woman fighter pilot from Jammu and Kashmir and joined the Indian Air force (IAF) on 19th June 2021 at the combined graduation passing out parade at the Air Force Academy in Hyderabad's Dundigal. The ceremony was reviewed by Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhaduria.


Mawya, who is from Lamberi village in Rajouri's Nowshera, was first commissioned into the IAF as a Flying Officer and is the 12th woman officer to be inducted as an IAF fighter pilot.

The Father of Mawya Sudan expressed his emotions and happiness by saying- "I am feeling proud. Now she is not just our daughter but also a daughter of this country. We have been receiving congratulatory messages since yesterday."


Her sister also said in an interview with ANI that, Mawya wanted to become a fighter pilot from her school days and was dedicated a lot. "I am incredibly proud of my younger sister. Becoming a pilot was her dream since childhood. I am sure she will add to her laurels soon. This is just the beginning. Everyone is treating her like their own daughter," she said, adding, "People from all over the country are supporting and motivating her. It is an inspiring story for everyone."


Her mother also said, "I am happy that she has worked so hard and achieved her goal. She has made us proud."

Now she will undergo fighter training for over a year before becoming a full operational fighter pilot. Concluding, I just want to say one thing, take women as your competition, not as a danger. Treat her equally and giving her due respect will not you feel low or down.


But yes, beating her, abusing her, killing and raping her will surely not make you a real man. Some men in society still can not take strong women against them and feel jealous of her achieving new heights. And I am sure that time is near when women will come out of their way and make history, breaking all the stereotypes as they did earlier. Through such lines, I am not making any man feel bad, or negative but as they say, truth is hard to accept, and we have to receive it and change it as well.




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