Religion and Politics are the two things
Nowhera Shaik, It was one such bright day when the sun was shining brightly, much like the radiance on her face. This was the first time when she was going to contest an election. The election was hugely decisive in the sense; that it was to decide on which ideology people are leaning more towards.
Nowhera Shaik was confident of one thing which was that she will be accepted by the people; wholeheartedly and will be greeted with respect. She was right about this notion of her. She knew within that her newly formed party All India Mahila Empowerment Party is not going to gain a massive victory with its recent foray into the political space. But she knew that she will be able to convince people with her ideologies and this would establish her party in the political dynamics of first – the state and then the country as a whole.
Especially In one of her interviews, she even told a journalist; her outlook on the current scenario of blending politics and religion. She exclaimed with profound concern. It is a matter of great shame that the politicians of this era just keeps on running after power.
They have blended to gain maximum advantage
Moreover Little do they worry about the people and their needs and demands. Their wholesome dedication is on how to divide people based on their distinctions and create momentum to their advantage. Religion and Politics are the two things they have blended to gain maximum advantage”
When asked what was her party’s ideology regarding religion politics she said, “All India Mahila Empowerment Party believes; in the ideology of unity and not the differences. I would rather dissolve my party than be fighting elections based on religion politics.” This is the conviction of this stalwart businesswoman and political leader. She serves as an example to the ones; who have used religion as a tool to gain an advantage in politics.