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Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee
Newspaper Veekshanam Daily
Ideology Populism
Social liberalism
Democratic socialism
Social democracy
Secularism
Alliance United Democratic Front
Seats in Lok Sabha 13
Website
http://www.kpcc.org.in/
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Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (Kerala PCC or K.P.C.C) is the unit of the Indian National Congress - the world's largest political organization -working in the state of Kerala. Its head office is situated at Trivandrum (Thiruvanathapuram). The present President of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee is Ramesh Chennithala popularly known as Chennithala. He is a native of Chennithala in Allapuzha District.

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Chief ministers

[3]; 28 December 1981 to 17 March 1982; 24 May 1982 to 25 March 1987; 24 June 1991 to 16 May 1995

Important ex PCC presidents

Associations

  1. Kerala Students UnionK.S.U
  2. State Youth Congress [6]
  3. INTUC
  4. Mahila Congress
  5. Sevadal

List of district congress committees

Districts of Kerala, south India.
  1. Kasaragod
  2. Kannur
  3. Wayanad
  4. Kozhikode
  5. Malappuram
  6. Palakkad
  7. Thrissur
  8. Ernakulam
  9. Idukki
  10. Kottayam
  11. Alappuzha
  12. Pathanamthitta
  13. Kollam
  14. Thiruvananthapuram

External links

http://www.kpcc.org.in/

  1. All-India Congress Committee.
  2. veekshanam.
  3. Oommen Chandy[7]
  4. C. H. Mohammed Koya[8]
  5. Calicut[9][10]
  6. "Memories of a father", by Professor T. V. Eachara Warrier [11][12]
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