All about the National Working Committee of AIMEP

All about the National Working Committee of AIMEP

The All India Mahila Empowerment Party has always undertaken vital responsibilities to eradicate serious social issues that have primarily penalized the economically weaker sections of society. Dr. Nowhera Shaik, a pioneer of women education in India has invited Indian youths to help her spread smiles across the nation. The members organize meetings where they discuss their course of action upon working on some upcoming projects. The core team who works relentlessly so that the initiatives of AIMEP are a success is called the National Working Committee.

Composition and Functions of the Committee

The Chairman/Chairperson of the Parliamentary Party, as well as all of the leaders of the legislator parties in the relevant states, will serve as ex-officio members of the National Working Committee and have full voting rights. A treasurer and one or more general secretaries will be chosen by the chairman/chairperson from among the National Working Committee members.

One or more Secretaries/Joint Secretaries may be appointed by the Chairman/Chairperson from among the elected members of the AIMEP. The Joint Secretaries will carry out any duties delegated to them by the Chairman or Chairperson. However, delegates who are not AIMEP members may be appointed in exceptional circumstances. A delegate so appointed shall stop being a member of the National Working Committee if he is not elected as a member of the AIMEP within six months of his appointment. Members of the National Working Committee are typically chosen from among the AIMEP members.

Powers of the Committee

The three main powers listed below, along with numerous others, are:

1. To guide on matters that conflict with the Constitution and establish rules for everything else that isn’t already covered.

2. To oversee, direct, and maintain control over all India Mahila Empowerment Party Committees, Subordinate Committees, and the Reception Committees.

3. To take any disciplinary action against a committee other than the AIMEP or an individual that it may deem appropriate.