Kerala Congress (Secular)

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Kerala Congress (secular)
Chairperson T.S. John
Split from Kerala Congress (M)
Headquarters Poonjar' Kottayam (India)
Student wing Kerala Students Congress (KSC)
Youth wing Kerala youth front (S)
Seats in Lok Sabha
0 / 545
[1](currently 533 members + 1 Speaker)
Seats in Rajya Sabha 0

Kerala Congress (Secular) is a registered regional political party in the Indian state of Kerala. It was a faction of Kerala Congress led by Eapen Varghese, P.C. George and T.S. John. The party was split from Kerala Congress (M).[2] It had been revived by T.S. John.[3]

TS John's return to Kerala Congress (Mani)[edit]

TS John announced its decision to rejoin with the Kerala Congress (Mani) (KCM) [4], however, a section of the party led by Kallada Das, PA Alexander, A. A. Abraham decided to retain the party. [5]

Merger with NCP, Kerala Congress (Skaria Thomas)[edit]

The Kerala Congress (Secular) (KCS), especially a section of leaders led by PA Alexander and A. A. Abraham, announced its decision to merge with the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) [6].

However, a section of the party led by Kallada Das decided to retain the party and join the National Democratic Alliance[7]

Another faction led by Deacon Thomas Kayyathra merged with Kerala Congress (Skaria Thomas) group [8]

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