Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee

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Madhya Pradesh Congress

मध्य प्रदेश कांग्रेस
PresidentKamal Nath
HeadquartersIndira Bhawan, Link Road No.1, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal - 462016
Student wingNSUI Madhya Pradesh
Youth wingMadhya Pradesh Youth Congress
Women's wingMadhya Pradesh Mahila Congress
Ideology
AllianceUnited Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
2 / 545
[1](currently 541 members + 1 Speaker)
Seats in Rajya Sabha
3 / 11
Seats in 
114 / 230
(Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly)
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
http://mpcongress.in/

Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee or (MP Congress) is the Pradesh Congress Committee (state wing) of the Indian National Congress (INC) serving in the state of Madhya Pradesh.[2]

Current President of the MPCC is Kamal Nath.[3][4][5][6]

Structure and Composition[edit]

# Name of the Organisation Name of the President Name of the Vice President
01 MP Youth Congress Kunal Choudhary NIL
03 MP Mahila Congress NIL
04 NSUI MP [[]] NIL
05 Sevadal NIL
06 INTUC NIL

List of Presidents[edit]

S. No. Photo Name Took Office Left Office
1 Radhakishan Malviya 1998 2003
2 Subhash Yadav 2003 2008
3 Suresh Pachauri 2007.jpg Suresh Pachouri 2008 2011
4 Kantilal Bhuria 2011 2014
5 Arun Yadav 2014 2018
6 KamalNath.jpg Kamal Nath 2018 Incumbent

List of Chief Ministers[edit]

Ravishankar Shukla
Arjun Singh
Digvijaya Singh


No Name Term of office Party[a] Days in office
1 Ravishankar Shukla
MLA for Saraipali
1 November 1956 31 December 1956 Indian National Congress 61 days
2 Bhagwantrao Mandloi
MLA for Khandwa
1 January 1957 30 January 1957 30 days
3 Kailash Nath Katju
MLA for Jaora
31 January 1957 14 March 1957 43 days
14 March 1957 11 March 1962 1823 days [Total 1866 days]
(2) Bhagwantrao Mandloi
MLA for Khandwa
12 March 1962 29 September 1963 567 days
4 Dwarka Prasad Mishra
MLA for katangi
30 September 1963 8 March 1967 1256 days
9 March 1967 29 July 1967 143 days [Total 1399 days]
5 Nareshchandra Singh
MLA for Pussore
13 March 1969 25 March 1969 Indian National Congress 13 days
6 Shyama Charan Shukla
MLA for Rajim
26 March 1969 28 January 1972 1038 days
7 Prakash Chandra Sethi
MLA for Ujjain Uttar
29 January 1972 22 March 1972 54 days
23 March 1972 22 December 1975 1004 days [Total 1058 days]
(6) Shyama Charan Shukla [2]
MLA for Rajim
23 December 1975 29 April 1977 494 days
8 Arjun Singh
MLA for Churhat
8 June 1980 10 March 1985 Indian National Congress 1736 days
11 March 1985 12 March 1985 2 days
9 Motilal Vora
MLA for Durg
13 March 1985 13 February 1988 1068 days
(8) Arjun Singh [2]
MLA for Churhat
14 February 1988 24 January 1989 345 days [Total 2083 days]
(9) Motilal Vora [2]
MLA for Durg
25 January 1989 8 December 1989 318 days [Total 1386 days]
(6) Shyama Charan Shukla [3] 9 December 1989 4 March 1990 86 days [Total 1618 days]
10 Digvijaya Singh
MLA for Raghogarh
7 December 1993 1 December 1998 Indian National Congress 1820 days
1 December 1998 8 December 2003 1834 days [Total 3654 days]
11 Kamal Nath 17 December 2018 Incumbent Indian National Congress 17 December 2018
(160 days)

Electoral Performance[edit]

Year General Election Votes Polled Seats Won
1951 1st Assembly 3,434,058 194
1951 1st Lok Sabha 3,713,537 27
1957 2nd Assembly 3,691,999 232
1957 2nd Lok Sabha 3,967,199 35
1962 3rd Assembly 2,527,257 142
1962 3rd Lok Sabha 2,651,882 24
1967 4th Assembly 3,700,686 167
1967 4th Lok Sabha 3,774,364 24
1971 5th Lok Sabha 4,027,658 21
1972 5th Assembly 5,219,823 220
1977 6th Assembly 4,200,717 84
1977 6th Lok Sabha 3,835,807 1
1980 7th Assembly 5,741,077 246
1980 7th Lok Sabha 5,949,859 35
1984 8th Lok Sabha 8,898,835 40
1985 8th Assembly 6,937,747 250
1989 9th Lok Sabha 7,420,935 8
1990 9th Assembly 6,634,518 56
1991 10th Lok Sabha 7,425,644 27
1993 10th Assembly 9,628,464 174
1996 11th Lok Sabha 7,111,753 8
1998 11th Assembly 10,778,985 172
1998 12th Lok Sabha 10,611,317 10
1999 13th Lok Sabha 11,135,161 11
2003 12th Assembly 8,059,414 38
2004 14th Lok Sabha 6,289,013 4
2008 13th Assembly 8170318 71
2009 15th Lok Sabha 12
2013 14th Assembly 58
2014 16th Lok Sabha 2
2018 15th Assembly 15595153 114

District Congress Committees DCC[edit]

# Name of district Name of the President
01 Agarmalwa
02 Alirajpur
03 Anuppur
04 Ashoknagar Kanhaiya Ram Lodhi
05 Balaghat Visheshwar Bhagat
06 Barwani Virendra Singh Rathore
07 Betul Sunil Sharma
08 Bhind
09 Bhopal Kailash Mishra (City)
Arun Shrivastav (Rural)
10 Burhanpur
11 Chhatarpur
12 Chhindwara
13 Damoh Ajay Tandon
14 Datia
15 Dewas Manoj Rajani (City)
16 Dhar
17 Dindori Virendra Bihari Shukla
18 Guna Vithal Das Meena
19 Gwalior Devendra Sharma
20 Harda
21 Hoshangabad Kapil Fauzdar
22 Indore Pramod Tandon
23 Jabalpur Saurabh Nati Sharma
24 Jhabua
25 Katni Mithilesh Jain (City)
Guman Singh Thakur (Rural)
26 Khandwa
27 Khargone
28 Mandla
29 Mandsaur
30 Morena
31 Narsinghpur
32 Neemuch
33 Panna
34 Raisen
35 Rajgarh Narayan Singh Amlave
36 Ratlam
37 Rewa Gurmeet Singh Mangu
38 Sagar
39 Satna Dileep Mishra
40 Sehore Ratan Singh Thakur
41 Seoni Rajkumar Khurana
42 Singrauli Tilak Raj Singh
43 Shahdol Azad Bahadur Singh
44 Shajapur
45 Sheopur
46 Shivpuri Baijnath Yadav
47 Sidhi Rudrapratap Singh
48 Tikamgarh
49 Ujjain
50 Umaria
51 Vidisha

Factions[edit]

Madhya Pradesh Vikas Congress was a faction in the Congress Party from 1996 to 1998. MPVC was founded by former aviation minister Madhavrao Scindia, after he was refused an INC ticket for the 1996 Lok Sabha elections.

Scindia won a seat [7] as an MPVC candidate as a result of hard work & strong campaign led by his workers & followers who had also resigned from INC.[8] In 1998 MPVC merged into Indian National Congress.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This column only names the chief minister's party. The state government he heads may be a complex coalition of several parties and independents; these are not listed here.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Members: Lok Sabha". loksabha.nic.in. Lok Sabha Secretariat. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  2. ^ Congress in States Archived 3 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine All India Congress Committee website.
  3. ^ Sharma, Hemender. "Congress leader Kamal Nath starts Madhya Pradesh campaign with three temple visits". INDIA TODAY. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  4. ^ "Not in race for any post, says Kamal Nath as he takes charge". Business Standard. Press Trust of India. 1 May 2018. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  5. ^ "Kamal Nath, Now the Unanimous Face of Congress, Rejuvenates Party Workers in MP". news18. News18. 1 May 2018. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  6. ^ Rai, DS. "What Kamal Nath as president means for Congress in Madhya Pradesh". dailyo. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  7. ^ "Scindia". Rediff. 6 March 1998. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  8. ^ Desai, Bharat (15 May 1996). "Elections 1996: Madhavrao Scindia quits Congress(I), takes on party high command". INDIA TODAY. Retrieved 4 May 2018.

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