Bharatiya Awam Party

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Bharatiya Awam Party - Rashtriya
भारतीय अवाम पार्टी (राष्ट्रीय)
بھارتیہ عوام پارٹی
Leader Najma Parveen
Founder Najma Parveen
Headquarters Mughalsarai district, Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh

The Bharatiya Awam Party is a registered unrecognised political party[1] in India.

The majority of the party's members are Muslims. The party claims to have more than 35,000 members[2] with over 50,000 applications. The demographic composition of the party is 90% female, with a 10% male reservation.

The party sees the Indian freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose as its ideal figure,[3] and aims to represent the interests of women, of whom many are employed in Varanasi's sari industry.[4]

The party announced unconditional support for Narendra Modi in the 2014 election, and would not contest the election, but plans to contest the 2017 polls.[5]


  1. ^ List of political parties and free symbols - Election Commission of India
  2. ^ Najma leads 35,000 women in NaMo chant
  3. ^ Varanasi: Why many Muslims find hope in Modi | Firstpost
  4. ^ Women-only party with a difference roots for Modi - Hindustan Times Archived May 13, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Bharatiya Awam Party stands in support of Modi - The Times of India

External links

  • Official Facebook page
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