The announcement by the newly formed Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP) of 50 percent reservations for female candidates in the upcoming elections across India was a wise step. On March 10, 2018, the All India Mahila Empowerment Party conducted a rally at the Palace grounds in Bengaluru. Nowhera Shaik, the founder and president of the All India Mahila Empowerment Party, stated that she is optimistic that her party will win 150 seats in the elections. Every person in attendance at the conference had acknowledged, greeted, and applauded the concept.
Karnataka Legislative Assembly will begin with the MEP fielding its candidates out of all 224 candidates in the elections scheduled for April of this year.
Doubts regarding the Mahila Empowerment Party being a profrane organisation are absolutely unfounded. The party rejects the notion of injustice to citizens based on caste, creed, gender, or other arbitrary considerations. As mentioned in the foundation’s vision, they fight relentlessly to ensure equal working conditions and opportunities for women. They aim to adhere to the words of the Indian Constitution – democracy, fraternity, and equality. Furthermore, AIMEP takes a firm stance against child exploitation, notably child labour and child abuse, which is a serious issue in today’s world yet is often disregarded.
This Wednesday marked the 73rd anniversary of India’s Republic Day. AIMEP took advantage of the opportunity to discuss some of its planned goals. Among the population, the organisation promoted a pleasant message of unity.
She is looking forward to creating settings that will inspire every women and child to dream big and be self-assured enough to reach their full potential. Nowhera believes that if women and children are given the correct types of education and enough exposure, they can make significant advances in whatever sector they choose.