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Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (Kerala PCC or K.P.C.C.) is the state unit of the Indian National Congress — one of the world's largest political organizations — working in the state of Kerala. Its head office is situated at Thiruvananthapuram. It first met in 1921 at Ottapalam, the banks of the River Bharathappuzha.[2] Mullappally Ramachandran is the current president of k.p.c.c. Ramesh Chennithala is the current parliamentary party leader.

Kerala Pradesh
Congress Committee
PresidentMullappally Ramachandran
HeadquartersIndira Bhawan, Vellayambalam Thiruvanathapuram - 695010
NewspaperVeekshanam
Student wingKerala Students Union
Youth wingKerala Pradesh Youth Congress
Women's wingKerala Mahila Congress
Membership3.379 Million (June 2017) [1]
Ideology
AllianceUnited Democratic Front
Seats in Lok Sabha
15 / 20
Seats in Rajya Sabha
2 / 9
Seats in 
18 / 140
(Kerala Legislative Assembly)
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
kpcc.org.in

Chief ministers of Kerala stateEdit

  • Oommen Chandy 31 August 2004 to 18 May 2006, 18 May 2011 to 19 May 2016.
  • A. K. Antony 27 April 1977 to 27 October 1978; 22 March 1995 to 9 May 1996; 17 May 2001 to 29 August 2004
  • K. Karunakaran 25 March 1977 to 25 April 1977; 28 December 1981 to 17 March 1982; 24 May 1982 to 25 March 1987; 24 June 1991 to 16 May 1995
  • R. Sankar 26 September 1962 to 10 September 1964

Chief ministers of the states of Travancore-Cochin, Travancore, or CochinEdit

KPCC presidentsEdit

AssociationsEdit

  1. Kerala Students Union (K. S. U.)
  2. Kerala Pradesh Youth Congress
  3. Kerala Pradesh Karshaka Congress
  4. KPCC OBC Department
  5. Kerala Pradesh School Teachers Union
  6. AIUWC -All India Unorganized Workers Congress
  7. INTUC
  8. Mahila Congress
  9. Sevadal
  10. Jawahar Balajana Vedi(www.jawaharbalajanavedi.org)
  11. INCAS UAE (oicc)
  12. Overseas indian cultural congress (oicc)

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://m.timesofindia.com/city/thiruvananthapuram/33-79-lakh-members-for-congress-in-kerala/articleshow/59179631.cms
  2. ^ "KPCC marks a milestone tomorrow". The Hindu. 21 April 2017. Retrieved 21 April 2017.