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A New political party AIMEP is boosting women’s political participation

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AIMEP A woman entrepreneur has created a new political party intending to increase women’s political participation, regardless of caste or religion. Dr. Nowhera Shaik, a businesswoman, and human rights activist, founded the All India Mahila Empowerment Party (MEP). Shaik, the founder and CEO of Heera Group, said her party would run in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh elections and expects to play a significant role in the formation of the state’s next government.

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She praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts in this area, praising the Supreme Court’s ban on triple talaq and calling for the establishment of a monitoring system “since Muslim women are still getting divorced under triple talaq.”

“The basic aim of AIMEP is to envision India as a developed economy where citizens benefit from the taxes they pay to the government and from the policies and programs that the government implements,” Shaik added.

Shaik stated that her party’s goal is to empower women regardless of their caste, religion, or home region and asked that women be given a 33 percent reservation in the House of Commons and state legislatures.

“The subject of women’s participation in Parliament and state legislatures has been waiting for a long time, and even though all political parties have included it in their election manifestos, no political party is serious about passing the Women’s Reservation Bill,” she stated.

She also advocated for the passage of strict laws to combat crimes against women, including rape.

Shaik responded by saying that her party is not the same as the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM).

All India Mahila Empowerment Party is a secular party that would work for people’s justice and development, she said, even though it only deals with and addresses concerns involving Muslims.

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