It is true that women are competing with men in every field and there are cases when they outshine their male counterparts. The problem with women in combat forces is the physical endurance in emergency situations. Basically, the difference between a man and a woman is biological only, other than that they all are equal to take up any jobs.
In armed forces, though women are there in different roles, traditionally the combat operations are dominated by males because of their physical abilities. Though with sufficient training this can improve, it's difficult to say how many women will be able to complete the grueling training process.
Recently, the Army Chief said that they have a proposal to recruit more women in armed forces in non-combat roles. They are thinking of recruiting women in the accounts section, cybersecurity-related domains and as interpreters. There is no question of thinking that giving more opportunities to women will decrease the chances for men but when it comes to certain jobs that require a lot of physical abilities, like in the combat roles in the army, then men are always given preference.
On the other hand, in the police forces, women are quite less in numbers and more women must be inducted to handle the cases related to women. It's always essential. We find reports from different places that only male police went to arrest a woman accused of serious crime. By recruiting more women, this situation can be avoided and in all kind of public gatherings, women and men police should be equally deployed to manage the crowd. When the crime against women is on the rise, more women should be there in the police force to handle those cases seriously.
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