"Thankyou Ma, for not taking my breath away inside the womb.
Thankyou, for not considering me as a burden when I was 3.
Thankyou, for not treating me as a servant when I was 10.
Thankyou, for letting me study and giving the opportunity to dream while I am 15.
Thankyou, for not selling me to some family as I hit my 18.
Thankyou for fighting against the norms and society, and breaking that stereotype by sending me to college.
I know you've never been given the freedom to really dream with those beautiful eyes, and I'll make sure of the fact that I make those sacrifices count each and every day. And not let any other female go through, what you've been through, not at least on my watch," said the girl in her speech after becoming the youngest ever Indian Police Servant.