It’s guiding philosophy of integral humanism was first presented by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya in 1965. The party clearly defines its organisation and objectives and commitments.
The aim of the party is to establish a democratic state guaranteeing equality of opportunity and liberty of faith and expression. It commits itself to ‘Sarva Dharma Sambhav’ and value based politics. The Party stands for decentralisation of economic and political power.
The Party pledges to build up India as a strong and prosperous nation with a progressive and enlightened in outlook.
The main agendas for the elections are
- Making India a Developed Nation and a Great Power by 2020
- Broadening and deepening of economic reforms, based on a self-reliant approach
- To fulfill the basic needs in education, healthcare, housing, cultural development.
- Commitment to women’s all-round empowerment · Intensifying dialogue with Pakistan to find a lasting solution to all bilateral issues