- Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 18 years and agrees to the aims and objectives of the Party are eligible to be the members of the Party.
- Individuals, who are not enlisted member of any other political party and believe in the principles and policies of the Party, are welcome to be members. Such individuals shall also have to undertake that they will be volunteers for social work and social change.
Definition of different kinds of HSP memberships
- Primary membership–A member who has to apply for membership by filing a membership form, and who having paid his/her membership fees, is under consideration of the Central Executive Committee for regularisation of his membership.
- Regular Membership–A primary member can be a Regular member of the Party as and when the Central Executive Committee endows the primary member with the status of Regular member of the Party, and issues him/her the Party membership card. Generally, a primary member would work for three month the Party, and his membership will thereafter be reviewed for regular membership. A person seeking Regular Membership of the Party shall apply to the office of the concerned Ward Level Committee. Each application should be supported by at least two existing Regular Members. The application will be considered by the Ward Level Committee in its succeeding meeting, whereupon it shall make its recommendation to the District Level Committee. The District Executive shall take the final decision on each application in its meeting held after the receipt of the application.
- Advisory/Honorary Membership-A person of special social repute, who due to age or engagements, cannot take part in the day today activities of the Party, but are well-wishers of the Party, can be engaged in advisory roles. By giving a donation, and signing a declaration, s/he can be inducted as an advisor of the Party at a particular level. If approved by the Central Executive Committee, they may attend the Party conference, or some important policy making meeting as observers. However, such members shall have no voting rights.