Published On : Mon, Mar 26th, 2018

Actor Ajaz Khan enters All India Mahila Empowerment fold

Mumbai: Actor Ajaz Khan, a Bollywood Film Actor, Television Soap Actor, Radio Jockey (RJ) and Film Producer has finally decided to join the All India Mahila Empowerment Party which is a political party launched on November 12, 2017. Earlier Ajaz Khan had refused to join many political parties including All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Party, Congress Party and Hardik Patel but moved by the true philanthropic works of Dr Nowhera Shaik, he entered the Mahila Empowerment Party.

Actor Ajaz Khan said that political parties start and progress with some or the other ulterior motives including self-aggrandizement, monetary benefits, political clout, power etc. But All India Mahila Empowerment Party on the other hand is a cause driven political party which aims to get Justice for Humanity. He claimed that ideal of the party is equality and justice for all Indians irrespective of caste, creed and gender. He was talking to media personnel.

Ajaz Khan started his career in modelling, then he starred in movies such as Rakta Charitra and Allah Ke Banday and acted in many television daily soaps including Rahe Tera Aashirwaad and Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki. He is also founder of Ek Number Production & Allah Ke Bande Foundation (NGO)

All India Mahila Empowerment Party founded by Dr. Nowhera Shaik, an Indian Woman Entrepreneur and Educationist, the CEO of the Heera Group of Companies. Dr Nowhera Shaik is the party’s first National President. The party works in different States across India, with national and district level committees. The motto of the party is Justice for Humanity and its stated ideal is equality and justice for all Indians irrespective of caste, creed and gender.

Dr Nowhera Shaik is an educationist and is involved in many philanthropic initiatives. Shaik has invested in many social, charitable and humanitarian, activities in India and in Gulf region. She had set up two educational institutions for the poor and needy, first at her home town Tirupati and later at Chandragiri, Andhra Pradesh, India, that gave opportunities for free and quality education. The Heera School and College for Women at Tirupati, is a free education venture with residential facilities for girls. Shaik had also established the Heera Islamic Business Group for teaching professional skills to rural Indian women in various crafts and trades to make them self-sufficient. Nowhera Shaik’s philanthropist activities expanded to the medical field with the Heera Mobile Clinic, that provides quality medical service free of cost to lakhs of poor villagers across Andhra Pradesh.