It involves pride to see the main ever female unforeseen authority from Bangladesh Army to an UN peace keeping mission being recompensed an exceptional UN grant for remarkable initiative in a high-beat operational environment like Côte d'Ivoire where Bangladesh Army has been doing peacekeeping missions since 2004, with the most elevated amount of polished skill and productivity. Colonel Dr Nazma Begum has likewise been chosen for Military Gender Advocate of the Year-2016 Award. Her accomplishment orders a salute.
The incitement of ladies in the Bangladesh Armed Force has been a noteworthy improvement and Colonel Nazma's achievements demonstrate that ladies are no less qualified than men in any field of work, incorporating into the military, if offered break even with circumstances and working conditions. Our female paratroopers and pilots are reaffirmation of that reality. In this way, for the administration it is critical to recognize that making positive conditions for ladies to exceed expectations in their separate ranges is to propel the nation.
We trust that the best of ladies can be as great, if worse, than the best of men, given the open door. Colonel Nazma demonstrates that characteristics most significant for achievement in the field of military operation and additionally in life—administration, strength and duty—are not the selective protect of men. Her quality as an administrator in a worldwide situation and an attempting environment will rouse ladies of this nation. In hailing her accomplishment, we hail an image of what, as a country, we by and large seek to be.