All India Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP). The newly formed has made the correct moves by announcing 50% reservations for women candidates in the following Indian elections.
Dr. Nowhera Shaik, Founder and President of the All India Mahila Empowerment Party, announced at a rally held at the Palace grounds in Bengaluru on March 10, 2018. Everyone has praised and hailed the decision.
All India Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP) will run candidates in all 224 constituencies, beginning with the Karnataka Legislative Assembly elections in April.
All India Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP) is a secular political party dedicated to promoting women’s empowerment, democracy, and equality for all citizens, regardless of gender, caste, creed, region, religion, or socioeconomic class.
For a better society, the All India Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP) works to combat illiteracy, child labor, child abuse, and crimes against women.
The literacy rate in India is around 74 percent, which means that a quarter of the population lacks essential reading and writing skills. While 22 percent of Indians live in poverty, more than half of the country’s population lacks even basic literacy abilities.
According to Census 2011 data, India has 10.1 million child laborers, with 5.6 million boys and 4.5 million girls. Children are also vulnerable to other sorts of abuse, such as sexual exploitation and the production of child pornography, which can occur both in-person and online.
Rape, sexual assault, an insult to modesty, kidnapping, abduction, cruelty by intimate partner or family, trafficking, dowry persecution, dowry killings, indecency, and all other offenses specified in the Indian Penal Code are all crimes against women.
Dr. Shaik addressed the large crowd at the protest, saying, “Political parties in India have been making hollow promises for the past 70 years. Women are taken for a ride regarding their safety and rights. It’s past time for women to step up to the plate. All India Mahila Empowerment Party was created with this goal in mind, and it has already taken a step in that direction. Women have defied all odds and are confident in our ability to succeed. MEP is a unique political party.”
After a successful career in social welfare and business, Dr. Nowhera Shaik, CEO of Heera Group, a conglomerate of enterprises based in Hyderabad with operations across India and the Gulf, has entered politics. MEP was formed because she saw a significant gap in delivering projects and promises to ordinary Indians, particularly women.