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Kerala Congress (Thomas)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kerala Congress
LeaderP. C. Thomas
Secretary-GeneralRajan Kannattu
HeadquartersKottayam (India)
Youth wingKerala Youth Front [KYF]
Women's wingKerala Vanitha Congress [KVC]
Labour wingKTUC
ColoursHalf white and half red
AllianceNational Democratic Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha0
Seats in Rajya Sabha0
Website
www.keralacongress.org

Kerala Congress is a splinter group of Kerala Congress (Anti-merger Group), which itself is a splinter faction of Kerala Congress. P. C. Thomas was the chairman of the party.

Kerala Congress Join NDA

The Kerala Congress faction led by P. C. Thomas, who came out of the Left Democratic Front(LDF) recently following acute infighting, has decided to join the Kerala unit of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).[1]

In March 2015 P. C. Thomas was replaced as leader by Skaria Thomas.[2]

Candidates in 2016 State assembly elections

Kerala congress participated in 2016 elections as a part of National Democratic Alliance. Party had been provided five seats in Kerala election.

Sl. No: District Constituency Name
1 Kottayam Kaduthuruthy Stephen Chazhikadan[3]
2 Ernakulam Kothamangalam P. C. Cyriac
3 Kollam Punalur Cicil Fernandenas[4]
4 Ernakulam Angamaly P.J Babu[5]

Kerala Congress parties

  1. Kerala Congress (M) led by K. M. Mani, P. J. Joseph, and C. F. Thomas
  2. Kerala Congress (Joseph) led by P. J. Joseph, C. F. Thomas, and Mons Joseph
  3. Kerala Congress (Jacob) led by Minister Anoop Jacob, son of T. M. Jacob and Johnny Nellore
  4. Kerala Congress (B) led by R. Balakrishna Pillai & son K. B. Ganesh Kumar MLA
  5. Kerala Congress (Skaria Thomas) led by Skaria Thomas, Stephen George
  6. Janadhipathya Kerala Congress led by Francis George (politician)
  7. Kerala Congress (Thomas) led by P. C. Thomas, Rajan Kannattu
  8. Kerala Congress (Nationalist) led by Noble Mathew
  9. Kerala Vikas Congress (Prakash Kuriakose) led by Prakash Kuriakose

Main Leaders

  1. P. C. Thomas
  2. Rajan Kannattu
  3. Kallada Das
  4. Ahammed Thottathil

References

  1. ^ "P.C. Thomas in NDA fold". The Hindu. 2 August 2015. Retrieved 10 September 2019.
  2. ^ Jacob, George (10 March 2015). "Scaria Thomas is chief of pro-LDF Kerala Congress". The Hindu. Retrieved 10 September 2019.
  3. ^ Jacob, George (10 March 2016). "Tough fight in Kottayam district". The Hindu. Kerala. Retrieved 10 September 2019.
  4. ^ "Punalur too hot for candidates". Deccan Chronicle. 7 May 2016. Retrieved 10 September 2019.
  5. ^ Unnikrishnan, Hiran (13 May 2016). "Neck-and-neck battle in Angamaly". The Hindu. Retrieved 10 September 2019.


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