Pondicherry Makkal Congress
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The Pondicherry Makkal Congress, or Puducherry Makkal Congress (Puducherry Popular Congress), was a political party in the Indian union territory Puducherry (formerly known as Pondicherry). The PMC was formed as a splinter group of the Tamil Maanila Congress. The leader of the PMC was P. Kannan. In the assembly elections of Puducherry in 2001, the PMC won four seat (out of 30). Until 2001, the PMC supported the National Democratic Alliance, but then it started to support Indian National Congress. In August 2002 the PMC merged with the INC.
As of 2005, P.Kannan had formed a new party, the Puducherry Munnetra Congress.
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