Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (or Karnataka PCC) is the unit of the Indian National Congress for the state of Karnataka. Its head office is situated at the Congress Bhawan, Queens Road, Bangalore.

Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee
PresidentD. K. Shivakumar
General SecretaryL. Narayan
Parliamentary ChairpersonSonia Gandhi
Lok Sabha leaderRavneet Singh Bittu
Rajya Sabha leaderMallikarjun Kharge
HeadquartersCongress Bhawan, Queens Road, Bangalore, Karnataka
Youth wingKarnataka Youth Congress
Women's wingKarnataka Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee
Ideology
AllianceUnited Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
1 / 28
Seats in Rajya Sabha
7 / 13
[1]
Seats in Karnataka Legislative Assembly
68 / 224
Seats in Karnataka Legislative Council
29 / 75
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Party flag
INC Flag Official.jpg
Website
www.karnatakapcc.com

Frontal Organisation Chiefs of Karnataka PCC[2]Edit

# Name of the Organisation Name of the President Name of the Vice President
01 Karnataka PCC Presidents D. K. Shivakumar Eshwara Khandre

Satish Jarkiholi Saleem Ahmed

02 Karnataka Youth Congress Basana Gouda Badarli NIL
03 Karnataka Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee Pushpa Amarnath NIL
04 NSUI Karnataka Manjunath H. S. NIL
05 Karnataka Congress Seva Dal Bhima Shankar Vatanadar NIL
06 INTUC Karnataka Shantha Kumar NIL

Prominent membersEdit

Former Karnataka PCC Presidents[3]Edit

# Name of the President Period Duration
1 S. Channaiah 1967–1970[4] 2
2 D. Devaraj Urs 1970–1972 2
3 K. H. Ranganath 1972–1974 2
4 K. H. Patil 1974–Jan 1977 5
5 S. B. Nagral[5] Jan 1977-Jul 1977 1
6 K. H. Patil Jul 1977–1979 5
7 S. Bangarappa 1979–1980 2
8 K. H. Rathod 1980–1983 3
9 K. Mallanna[6] 1983-1983 1
10 K. H. Patil 1983–1985 3
11 K. H. Ranganath 1985–1986 2
12 Oscar Fernandes 1986–1987 2
13 Janardhana Poojary 1987–1988 2
14 Veerendra Patil 1988–1989 2
15 Oscar Fernandes 1989–1992 4
16 V. Krishna Rao 1992–1995 4
17 D. K. Naiker 1995–1996 2
18 Dharam Singh 1996–1999 4
19 S. M. Krishna 1999–2000 2
20 V. S. Koujalgi 2000–2001 2
21 Allum Veerabhadrappa 2001–2003 3
22 Janardhana Poojary 2003–2005 3
23 Mallikarjun Kharge 2005–2008 4
24 R. V. Deshpande 2008–2010 3
25 G. Parameshwara 2010–2018 8
26 Dinesh Gundu Rao 2018–2020 2
27 D. K. Shivakumar 2020–present

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rajya Sabha Official Website". 21 March 2015. Retrieved 12 April 2016.
  2. ^ http://www.karnatakapcc.com/frontal-organization/#
  3. ^ "Former President's | KARNATAKA PRADESH CONGRESS COMMITTEE". www.karnatakapcc.com. Retrieved 5 July 2018.
  4. ^ https://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/95026/16/16_selected%20bibliography.pdf SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
  5. ^ https://books.google.de/books?id=SXtDAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA484&lpg=PA484&dq=dk+naikar&source=bl&ots=JH_9HycXjF&sig=ACfU3U2YYRO01o0CwDabdyVkTC6WYT89sw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiRkZeN7pfqAhWR5KQKHe1YCUgQ6AEwA3oECA4QAQ#v=snippet&q=dk%20naikar&f=false Devaraj Urs cabinet
  6. ^ https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/indiascope/story/19830715-we-never-considered-the-kranti-ranga-to-be-our-supporters-ramakrishna-hegde-770844-2013-07-18 We never considered the Kranti Ranga to be our supporters: Ramakrishna Hegde

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