Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee

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Rajasthan Congress
राजस्थान कांग्रेस
President Sachin Pilot
Headquarters Indira Gandhi Bhawan, Chandpol,Jaipur - 302001
Student wing NSUI Rajasthan
Youth wing Rajasthan Youth Congress
Women's wing Rajasthan Pradesh Mahila Congress
Ideology
Alliance United Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
2 / 545
[1](currently 531 members + 1 Speaker)
Seats in Rajya Sabha
0 / 10
Seats in 
25 / 200
(Rajasthan Legislative Assembly)
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
http://www.rajasthanpcc.com/

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

Chief ministers of Congress in Rajasthan state[edit]

Ashok Gehlot, former CM
Dr. C.P Joshi, former President - RPCC
Sachin Pilot, current President - RPCC
No Name Took office Left office Party[a] Tenure
1 Heera Lal Shastri 7 April 1949 5 January 1951 Indian National Congress 639 days
2 C. S. Venkatachari 6 January 1951 25 April 1951 110 days
3 Jai Narayan Vyas 26 April 1951 3 March 1952 313 days
4 Tika Ram Paliwal
MLA for Mahuwa
3 March 1952 31 October 1952 243 days
5 Jai Narayan Vyas [2]
MLA for Kishangarh
1 November 1952 12 November 1954 742 days
(total 1055 days)
6 Mohan Lal Sukhadia
MLA for Udaipur
13 November 1954 13 March 1967 4503 days
7 Mohan Lal Sukhadia [2]
MLA for Udaipur
26 April 1967 9 July 1971 Indian National Congress 1535 days
(total 6380 days)
8 Barkatullah Khan
MLA for Tijara
9 July 1971 11 August 1973 765 days
10 Hari Dev Joshi
MLA for Banswara
11 August 1973 29 April 1977 1389 days
11 Jagannath Pahadia
MLA for Weir
6 June 1980 13 July 1981 Indian National Congress 403 days
12 Shiv Charan Mathur
MLA for Mandalgarh
14 July 1981 23 February 1985 1320 days
13 Hira Lal Devpura
MLA for Kumbhalgarh
23 February 1985 10 March 1985 16 days
14 Hari Dev Joshi [2]
MLA for Banswara
10 March 1985 20 January 1988 1046 days
15 Shiv Charan Mathur [2]
MLA for Mandalgarh
20 January 1988 4 December 1989 684 days
(total 2004 days)
16 Hari Dev Joshi [3]
MLA for Banswara
4 December 1989 4 March 1990 91 days
(total 2526 days)
17 Ashok Gehlot
MLA for Sardarpura
1 December 1998 8 December 2003 Indian National Congress 1834 days
18 Ashok Gehlot [2]
MLA for Sardarpura
12 December 2008 13 December 2013 Indian National Congress 1822 days
(total 3656 days)

Electoral Performance in the State of Rajasthan[edit]

Year General Election Votes Polled Seats Won
1951 1st Assembly 1,286,953 82
1951 1st Lok Sabha 1,460,971 9
1957 2nd Assembly 2,141,931 119
1957 2nd Lok Sabha 2,494,094 19
1962 3rd Assembly 2,052,383 88
1962 3rd Lok Sabha 1,951,507 14
1967 4th Assembly 2,798,411 89
1967 4th Lok Sabha 2,722,493 10
1971 5th Lok Sabha 3,486,776 14
1972 5th Assembly 3,976,157 145
1977 6th Assembly 2,599,772 41
1977 6th Lok Sabha 2,568,345 1
1980 7th Assembly 3,975,315 133
1980 7th Lok Sabha 4,040,398 18
1984 8th Lok Sabha 5,898,116 25
1985 8th Assembly 5,342,920 113
1989 9th Lok Sabha 5,285,868 0
1990 9th Assembly 4,988,699 50
1991 10th Lok Sabha 5,407,144 13
1993 10th Assembly 6,442,721 76
1996 11th Lok Sabha 5,253,531 12
1998 11th Assembly 8,467,160 153
1998 12th Lok Sabha 7,846,072 18
1999 13th Lok Sabha 7,475,888 9
2003 12th Assembly 8,120,605 56
2004 14th Lok Sabha 7,179,939 4

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 28 September 2018.
  2. ^ Congress in States Archived 3 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine. All India Congress Committee website.

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