The All India Mahila Empowerment Party (AIMEP) is probably the only party in India which is contesting election on development. Party is dedicated to welfare and development of society. Its national President Dr. Nowhera Shaik is one of the biggest social and women rights activists. She has made many headlines through her charity. MEP have been helping people for nearly two decades through the Heera group. It provides a wide range of services starting from Educational chains, foreign exchange trades, electronics and Malls. The company has never compromised on its quality of service but always worked to provide better products. Nowhera Shaik’s strategy for it is based on creating an interest-free environment. She started the Heera group with very little support but then went on to become a company with a huge share. The All India Mahila Empowerment Party (AIMEP) stands with farmers as they are the backbone of the country.
The MEP promised to care for farmers by providing farm loans.
The MEP promised to care for farmers by providing farm loans. MEP promulgated specific prices for farm products that will help poor farmers. Development is the second most important issue in the MEP agenda after issues related to women’s causes. The MEP party is dedicated to women’s causes; that’s why Dr. Nowhera Shaik founded a political party.
The Social Welfare Scheme of All India Mahila Empowerment Party.
- Special beneficial schemes to be launched for BCs, SCs, STs and Minorities to meet equal treatment to them by the state and its instrumentalities.
- Scholarships, Fee Reimbursement in higher studies to all SCs, STs, BCs and Minorities of Karnataka.
- Payment of family pension @ Rs. 2000/- per month to every old and infirm person living below the poverty line.
- Establish a co-operative bank for weavers.
- Setting up procurement Statements and supplying yarn to weavers to get yarn without any difficulty.
- Quality old Age homes across all Districts/Cities.
- Establishment of a commission for proper development of the textile sector.
- Introduction of health insurance schemes for weavers’ families.
- Introduction of pension scheme for transport workers.
- Free travel in Government buses for senior citizens over 60 years of age.
- Payment of old age pension @ 15000/- per month to the destitute old age women and widows, who are living below the poverty line. ·
- Establishment of night’s shelter to help the homeless people