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The All India Congress Committee (AICC) is the Presidium or the central decision-making assembly of the Indian National Congress. It is composed of members elected from State-level Pradesh Congress Committees and can have as many as a thousand members. It is the AICC that elects members of the Congress Working Committee and the Congress President, who is also the head of the AICC. The organisational executives of the AICC are several general-secretaries selected by the Congress President and the members of the Congress Working Committee.



Basically the Original headquarters of AICC were located at Swaraj Bhavan,[note 1] Allahabad, however after independence of India in 1947, it was shifted to 7, Jantar Mantar Marg, near Jantar Mantar, Delhi and subsequently to 24 Akbar Road, right behind 10 Janpath, after the 1969 Congress split, under Indira Gandhi.[1]

Today, its institutional records are part of the Archives at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, at Teen Murti House, Delhi.[2]


The Organisation is headed by the Congress President, who is elected by the All India Congress Committee. The AICC on the other hand is composed of delegates sent by the various State-level Pradesh Congress Committees, who themselves have been elected or nominated to their respective Pradesh Congress Committee from the district and panchayat level party units. Besides the President, these delegates also elect the Congress Working Committee, which is the apex decision making body of the organisation. Several General Secretaries are also appointed by the President to run the functioning of the organisation.




General Secretaries

  1. Motilal Vora, MP (I/C) Administration
  2. KC Venugopal, MP, Karnataka (I/C) Organisation & Training
  3. Ambika Soni, MP (I/C) Jammu & Kashmir
  4. Avinash Pande, EX MP (I/C) Rajasthan
  5. Luizinho Faleiro, EX Chief Minister of Goa (I/C) Tripura, Mizoram, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Manipur & Meghalaya
  6. Priyanka Gandhi (I/C) Uttar Pradesh East
  7. Jyotiraditya Scindia, EXMP (I/C) Uttar Pradesh West
  8. Ghulam Nabi Azad, MP, LOP Rajya Sabha (I/C) Haryana
  9. Harish Rawat, EX Chief Minister of Uttarakhand (I/C) Assam
  10. Mukul Wasnik, EX Union Minister, Government of India (I/C) Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Lakshdweep
  11. Dipak Babaria (I/C) Madhya Pradesh
  12. Mallikarjun Kharge, MP (I/C) Maharashtra
  13. Oommen Chandy, EX Chief Minister of Kerala, (I/C) Andhra Pradesh


  1. A. Chellakumar, EX MLA, (I/C) Goa
  2. Anugrah Narayan Singh, EX MLA, (I/C) Uttarakhand
  3. Asha Kumari, MLA, (I/C) Punjab, Chandigarh
  4. Gaurav Gogoi, MP, (I/C) West Bengal, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
  5. Jitendra Singh, EX Union Minister, Government of India, (I/C) Odisha
  6. P. C. Chacko, EX MP, (I/C) Delhi
  7. PL Punia, MP, (I/C) Chhattisgarh
  8. Rajni Patil, EX MP, (I/C) Himachal Pradesh
  9. Rajeev Satav, MP, (I/C) Gujarat, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu
  10. Ramachandra Khuntia, EX MP, (I/C) Telangana
  11. Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh, EX Union Minister, Government of India, (I/C) Jharkhand
  12. Shaktisinh Gohil, EX Cabinet Minister, Government of Gujarat, (I/C) Bihar
  13. Randeep Singh Surjewala, MLA, (I/C) Communication Department


Joint Secretaries

Communication Department


Congress in Pradesh (States)Edit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ The building was previously known as Anand Bhavan.When the AICC made a base here, the Nehru family built another house close by and called it Anand Bhavan and the old house became swaraj Bhavan


  1. ^ "Witness to country's historical past". Hindustan Times. 14 July 2013. Archived from the original on 15 July 2013. Retrieved 23 September 2013.
  2. ^ "Archives". Nehru Memorial Museum & Library. Archived from the original on 3 May 2011.
  3. ^ "Rahul appoints 9 new AICC secretaries". The Siasat Daily. 14 September 2018. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Rahul Gandhi appoints nine new All-India Congress Committee secretaries, chairmen of research department". Firstpost. Retrieved 22 March 2019.
  5. ^ "Pranav Jha appointed AICC secretary of communication". 15 November 2017.
  6. ^ "Vineet Punia appointed Cong media dept secretary".

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