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Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee
President Uttam Kumar Reddy
Headquarters Gandhi Bhavan,Nampally, Hyderabad,Telangana
Ideology Populism
Social liberalism
Democratic socialism
Social democracy
Secularism
Seats in Lok Sabha
2 / 545
Seats in Rajya Sabha
4 / 250
Seats in the Legislative Assembly
20 / 119
Politics of India
Political parties
Elections

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee or TPCC is a state unit of the Indian National Congress (INC) in the state of Telangana, India.[1][1]

History

The Congress high command on Saturday 28th Feb 2015 announced Uttam Kumar Reddy as New Telangana PCC Chief,[2] Also, senior Dalit face of the party Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka is likely to be made the working president.

The first President is [4] recently.[5]

Office Bearers[6]

S.No Name Location
N. Uttam Kumar Reddy President Huzurnagar , Nalgonda district
Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka Working President Madhira, Khammam district
Shri Nandi Yellaiah Vice-President Ramnagar Colony, Hyderabad
Shri Shri Mohammed Ali Shabbir Vice-President Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Shri Dr. Chinna Reddy Vice-President Hyderguda, Hyderabad
Shri T. Nagaiah Vice-President Khairatabad, Hyderabad
Shri P. Narasimha Reddy Vice-President New Nallakunta, Hyderabad

Headquarters

The TPCC has its headquarters at Gandhi Bhavan, near Nampally in Hyderabad, the capital city of Telangana. The TPCC is responsible for Congress party units of all the 10 districts in Telangana.

TPCC Presidents

No Name Term of office Days in office
1 Ponnala Lakshmaiah 11 March 2014 27 February 2015 682
2 Uttam Kumar Reddy 28 February 2015 Incumbent 328

TPCC Website

Telangana PCC website www.tpcc.org.in was launched by Ponnala on 22-Nov-14.[7]

TPCC Activities

Membership Drive:

Telangana PCC recently under the leadership of Ponnala started a membership drive across all districts in the Telangana State. According to the sources [8] while the initial target was 10 lakh registrations, TPCC was surprised by the response received from the people of Telangana. The target now is revised to 17 lakhs registrations by the end of Dec 2014. Membership Booklets were distributed as part of this membership drive. The theme of this membership drive was "I am an Indian, I am a member of Indian National congress".

Telangana Vileena Dinam:

Telangana Congress party PCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah announced on September 17 as the Telangana Vileena Dinam ( Telangana combined day).[9] Telangana Congress party leaders celebrated the event in Gandhi Bhavan, Hyderabad. During his speech he reminded everyone that the dream of separate Telangana state was achieved due to Sonia Gandhi's effort and support to create a separate Telangana state.

References

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  4. ^ http://www.tpcc.org.in
  5. ^ http://www.indtoday.com/ponnal-lakshmaiah-launches-telangana-congress-website-indtoday-com/
  6. ^ http://www.tpcc.org.in/officebearers.html
  7. ^ http://www.telanganastateinfo.com/tpcc-website-launched-ponnala
  8. ^ http://v6news.tv/telangana-pcc-chief-ponnala-lakshmaiah-about-congress-membership-registrations
  9. ^ http://v6news.tv/pcc-chief-ponnala-announced-september-17th-as-telangana-vileena-dinam

TPCC Website

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