TVM woman becomes first woman to be appointed in Indian Bureau of Security
Thiruvananthapuram: A Kerala woman has been selected to the Indian Bureau of Security which is in charge of providing security to Indian embassies. Thiruvananthapuram Palode native YS Yaziya is the first woman in India to be appointed in the bureau of security under the union ministry of external affairs.
Yaziya joined the force to fulfill the dream of her father who was a police officer. The 34-year-old woman obtained prestigious post by clearing the examinations and interview which was held for 13 Keralites.
Yaziya’s father M Yahiya breathed his last while serving as a policeman. Yahiya always wanted to make one of his daughters a higher official in the police department. Yaziya, eldest daughter of Yahiya and Subaila, decided to fulfil her father's dream after his death.
She completed her degree from Iqbal college and joined police service in 2010. She applied for the job in the Indian Bureau of Security in 2020. She successfully passed the examination and physical test. Out of the 20 candidates, 12 were selected to the Indian Bureau of Security and Yaziya was the topper among them.
Yaziya is married to Shibu Shamsudeen and the couple has two children, Sara Yazi and Adam Smith.