The All-India Mahila Empowerment Party (AIMEP) is well-known for its capacity to compete against major parties in any elections. Since its beginnings in 2017, the party has faced several elections in many of the country’s most powerful states. In the year 2018, Karnataka became the battleground for the party’s first election. Even though the party was still in its early stages, it amazed everyone by producing MLA candidates in all 224 constituencies in the state. This has demonstrated the party’s power since its inception. Despite failing to win any seats in the Karnataka State Assembly Elections, the party has established a stronghold in the state. Now, supporters in the state are looking forward to the party’s return in the upcoming elections of 2023.
The growth of AIMEP in other states such as Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Telangana, and Delhi have also astounded several major political parties. With this expansion, these parties are clear that they cannot take AIMEP for granted. Among the campaigns for all political parties, there are speculations that the state’s major political parties are considering a partnership with AIMEP.
Following the announcement of Mr. Mohammed Iftakhar Shariff as the working president of AIMEP in Karnataka, the party has shown its commitment under the supervision of the party’s national president, Dr. Nowhera Shaik. The election preparations and campaigns have become more effective in recent months by laying the groundwork before the election. The party has also stated that if voted into power, it will double the state’s investment in the health sector. Furthermore, many key policies are already in place to assist women in the state. The party has a huge opportunity in the state as women and youth are showing full support.
Many supporters believe that the party will continue its winning streak, as it did in the Maharashtra Gram Panchayat Elections. The party has won all eight Fatehpur and Sarpanch village seats. With all things considered, the party is going to play a major role in the upcoming Karnataka State Assembly Elections.