Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee

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Delhi Congress

दिल्ली कांग्रेस
ਦਿੱਲੀ ਕਾਂਗਰਸ
President(Vacant)
HeadquartersRajiv Bhawan, 2, DDU Marg New Delhi - 110002
Women's wingDelhi Mahila Congress
Ideology
AllianceUnited Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha0
Seats in Rajya Sabha
0 / 3
Seats in 
0 / 70
(Delhi Legislative Assembly)
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
INC Delhi

Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee or Delhi PCC is the Pradesh Congress Committee (state wing) of the Indian National Congress (INC) serving in the union territory of Delhi.[1]

Current President of the DPCC is Sheila Dikshit.[2]

Structure and Composition[edit]

# Name of the Organisation Name of the President Name of the Vice President
01 Youth Congress Vikas Chhikara NIL
03 Delhi Mahila Congress Sharmistha Mukherjee[3] NIL
04 NSUI NIL
05 Sevadal NIL
06 INTUC NIL

List of Chief Ministers of Delhi[edit]

Colour key for parties
No[a] Name Term[4]
(tenure length)
Party[b] Tenure Assembly
(Election)
1 Chaudhary Brahm Prakash
Nangloi
Ch Brahm Prakash.jpg 17 March 1952 – 12 February 1955
(2 years, 332 days)
Indian National Congress 1062 days Interim Assembly (1952–56)
(1952 election)
2 Gurmukh Nihal Singh
Darya Ganj
12 February 1955 – 1 November 1956
(1 year, 263 days)
628 days
Office abolished, 1956–93
6 Sheila Dikshit
New Delhi
Sheila Dikshit (cropped).jpg 3 December 1998 – 1 December 2003
(4 years, 363 days)
Indian National Congress 5504 days Second Assembly (1998–2003)
(1998 election)
1 December 2003 – 29 October 2008
(4 years, 333 days)
Third Assembly (2003-08)
(2003 election)
29 October 2008 – 28 December 2013
(5 years, 60 days)
Fourth Assembly (2008–13)
(2008 election)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Congress in States Archived 3 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine All India Congress Committee website.
  2. ^ "Sheila Dikshit, 3-Time Chief Minister, Appointed Delhi Congress Chief". NDTV.com. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  3. ^ https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-ians/sharmistha-mukherjee-new-chief-of-delhi-congress-women-wing-118010600692_1.html
  4. ^ "States of India since 1947". Retrieved 9 March 2011.
  1. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  2. ^ This column only names the chief minister's party. The state government he headed may have been a complex coalition of several parties and independents; these are not listed here.

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