ALL INDIA MAJLIS-E-ITTEHADUL MUSLIMEEN (AIMIM) has its roots in the efforts of the Muslims of Deccan, in the late 1920s, who had come together to unite the community on a common platform. Their objective was to promote the socio-economic and educational development of Muslims. The organization, initially known as Ittehad Bainal Muslimeen, was founded at a meeting of prominent Muslims, including Ulema-e-Mashaeqeen, hosted by Nawab Mahmood Khan Qiledar on 12th November 1927 at Hyderabad.
AIMIM is a political party dedicated to protect and promote the rights of Muslims, Dalits, Adivasis, Other Backward Classes, Other Minorities and all other underprivileged communities in India. It bears true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India. The party strongly believes in the nation’s secular democracy and strives to protect and enhance its quality by effective representation from local municipal councils to the Parliament.