To establish an order of society which is free from hindrance in the way on an all-round development of its individual members, which fosters the growth of human personality in all its aspects and goes to the utmost limit in progressively eliminating social political or economic exploitation and inequality, the profit motive in the economic activity and organization of society and the anti-social concentration in any form.
To place industry under national ownership and control in suitable form in order to realize the aforesaid objectives in the quickest time.
To organize society in such a manner as to ensure full employment and the best utilization of its manpower and other resources.
To secure increasing association of the worker in the administration of industry and their full participation in its control.
To promote generally the social civic and political interest of the working class
to secure an effective and complete organization of all categories of workers, including agricultural labour.
To guide and co-ordinate the activities of the affiliated organizations.
To assist and co-ordinate the activities of the affiliated organizations.
To assist in the formation of trade unions.
To promote the organization of workers of each industry on a nation-wide basis.
To assist in the formation of Provincial, Regional or Branches or Federations.
To secure speedy improvement of conditions of work and life and of the status of the workers in industry and society.
To obtain for the workers various measures of social security, including adequate provision in respect of accidents, maternity, sickness, old age and unemployment.
To secure a living wage for every worker in normal employment and to bring about a progressive improvement in the workers standard of living.
To regulate hours and other conditions of work in keeping with the conditions of the workers and to ensure the proper enforcement of legislation for the protection and up-lift of labour.
To establish just industrial relations.
To secure redress of grievances, without stoppages of work, by means of negotiations and conciliation and failing these by arbitration or adjudication.
To take recourse to other legitimate method, including strikes or any suitable form of hunger strike etc, where adjudication is not applied and settlement of disputes within a reasonable time by arbitration is not available for the redress of grievances.
To make necessary arrangements for the efficient conduct satisfactory and speedy conclusion of authorized strikes or hunger strike etc.
To foster the spirit of solidarity, service, brotherhood co-operation and mutual help among the workers.
To develop in the workers a sense of responsibility towards the industry and community.
To raise the workers` standard of efficiency and discipline