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Social Empowerment & Development Organisation

Vill- Sashipur, P.O- Darranga Mela,
Nalbari, Assam
03624282242
Contact: Michael Hansda ( Chief Functionary )
Mobile Number: 7896009096
E-mail: hanshvnkc@gmail.com
Website: NA

Activities:


1) To uphold and defend the Constitution of the India and other laws in the Country.

2) The attainment of political power through legitimate, democratic and constitutional means for the purpose of cultivating an egalitarian society based on the principles of equality, freedom and Social justice.

3) To provide a purposeful and integrity driven leadership for Indians.

4) To promote unity and political stability by ensuring access to power and key public offices by all sections of the country.

5) To establish conditions and structures which shall guarantee social justice, equality of opportunities, social, economic, and political freedom for the people and the general welfare of all peoples of India.

6) To defend the sovereignty of the people and the observance of open democratic process in all organs of party, government and state.

7) To reduce poverty, want, ignorance discrimination of all kinds, corruption, and exploitation in our society to the barest minimum.

8) To maintain and promote the multi religious character of India, as well as religious tolerance and harmony.  

9) To encourage the development of agriculture, commerce and industry.

10) To ensure purposeful mobilization of the creativity and resources of the people of India for the establishment of an economic environment in which opportunities for the fulfillment of life and the pursuit of happiness shall be open to all Indians; and a fair and equitable distribution of the wealth of the Nation.

11) To promote active participation of Indians in the strategic sectors of the economy.

12) To create enabling environment for full and gainful employment for all Indians who are able and willing to work, and to secure for workers full fruits and benefits of their labour;

13) To provide the basic necessities of life, e.g. food, portable water, roads, security, recreation facilities, environmental protection etc.

14) To provide (where and when practicable) free universal education at all levels and free health for all.

15) To protect the interest of India and Indians and to strive to obtain for them the greatest possible returns for their labour.

16) To embark on integrated rural development aimed at enhancing the quality of life of rural dwellers.

17) To co-operate with trade union organizations and co-operative movements for the economic progress of India.

18) To create conditions for the purposeful development of Youth and for the development of their leadership capability to manage national institutions and resources effectively.

 19) To create opportunities for, and encourage full development of the political, social, cultural and economic potentials of the Indian woman.

20) To protect and promote the rights of the child to achieve optimum development.

21) To pursue a dynamic foreign policy aimed at: a. Friendly and reciprocal relations with all states; b. Political and economic progress of Indians descent in particular and all oppressed people of the world in general; c. Promotion of the cultural values of Indian people all over the world; and d. International peace, harmony and co-operation.

22) To organize branches throughout the country, sponsor candidates and canvass for votes for their election into elective offices.

 23) To foster and defend the freedom of the press and the fundamental freedoms and human rights of all Indians.

24) To co-operate with any institution or association for the purpose of achieving the objectives of the party.

25) To ensure that the policies and programmes of the party shall be in conformity with the provisions of the Constitution of the India; and that accordingly, the party shall at all times pursue the political, economic, social, educational and other objectives as well as the Directive Principle of State Policy provided for in the said Constitution of the India.

26) To promote the development of science and technology.

27) To undertake any activities and adopt any measures or policies which shall be aimed at improving the general conditions and well-being of all Indians.

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