On Time and Again Dr.Nowhera Shaik had proven the fact that she is true torch bearer of Women Rights and Women Empowerment in India. Whenever any statement or voice came against her she stood everytime strongly and firmly. Be it Assadudin Owaisi or Shahbaz Ahmed Khan no one could stop her. This time Dr.Nowhera Shaik had achieved one more milestone in her life.
She has received the ‘Award of Honour’ by the Centre of Narendra Modi Studies and Shri Shri Swami Sadanand ji Maharaj presented this award to Shaik. She possibly the first Indian Woman who has been recognised and awarded for the welfare of others especially of women and young girls. Shaik has actively and highly taken part in the welfare of women and young girls and for her Efforts she had recieved many awards and recognitions.
Dr.Nowhera Shaik and her journey
Her business career got off to a fast start. Dr. Nowhera Shaik made the decision to become a creator of money rather than a consumer of wealth. The resourceful woman, who was born in 1973 in the tiny Andhra Pradesh village of Kallur, later founded the MNII, an organisation for the development of Urdu and Arabic, with 150 students. 120 of the 150 kids came from a low socioeconomic background.
They received free instruction. She founded Heera Gold, a company that exports and imports gold, in 1998. More than 50 countries have received items from Heera Group. The group soon expanded its business. There was no turning back after that. In order to empower women, Dr. Nowhera Shaik created the All India Mahila Empowerment Party (AIMEP) as a national political party in 2017.
Dr. Nowhera Shaik established Heera Fincapital Ltd. And the Heera mobile clinic in 2012 to offer interest-free financial aid and free medical care to the rural poor. Additionally, she built an Islamic school with hostel accommodations and annually offers free education to tens of thousands of females. She was honoured with a PhD in Islamic studies in April of the same year.
She goes by the beautiful name Aapa. To do the task, she rented a chartered plane. On the night of the 75th Amrit Mahotsav Independence Day, the Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA) granted the last wishes of children with cancer between the ages of 8 and 14 years.