Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee


Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee

The Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (M.P.C.C) is the unit of the Indian National Congress for the state of Maharashtra. The head office of the organization is situated in Mumbai at Tilak Bhawan in Dadar. The current President of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee is Manikrao Thakre and in the Maharashtra Assembly is Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan.

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Office Bearers

President
Manikrao Thakare
Working President
Jaywantrao Awale
Vice Presidents
Kripanshankar Singh
Babu Thomas
Rohidas Patil
Nitin Raut
Bhaskarrao Patil Khatgaonkar
Sudhakar Gangane
Hussain Dalwai
General Secretary
Hukumchand Amdhare
Chairman, Campaign Committee
Balasaheb Vikhe Patil

List of Chief Ministers of Maharashtra from the Congress Party

# Name Took Office Left Office
1 Yashwantrao Chavan 1 May 1960 19 November 1962
3rd Assembly Elections (1962)
2 Marotrao Kannamwar 20 November 1962 24 November 1963
3 Vasantrao Naik 5 December 1963 20 February 1975
4 Shankarrao Chavan 21 February 1975 17 May 1977
5 Vasantdada Patil 17 May. 1977 18 July 1978
6th Assembly Elections (1978)
6 Sharad Pawar (1st Term) 18 July 1978 17 February 1980
7th Assembly Elections (1980)
7 Abdul Rehman Antulay 9 June 1980 12 January 1982
8 Babasaheb Bhosale 21 January 1982 1 February 1983
9 Vasantdada Patil 2 February 1983 1 June 1985
8th Assembly Elections (1985)
10 Shivajirao Nilangekar Patil 3 June 1985 6 March 1986
11 Shankarrao Chavan 12 March 1986 26 June 1988
12 Sharad Pawar (2nd Term) 26 June 1988 25 June 1991
9th Assembly Elections (1991)
13 Sudhakarrao Naik 25 June 1991 22 February 1993
14 Sharad Pawar (3rd Term) 6 March 1993 14 March 1995
11th Assembly Elections (1999)
15 Vilasrao Deshmukh (1st Term) 18 October 1999 16 January 2003
16 Sushil Kumar Shinde 18 January 2003 30 October 2004
12th Assembly elections (2004)
19 Vilasrao Deshmukh (2nd Term) 1 November 2004 4 December 2008
20 Ashok Chavan 8 December 2008 5 November 2010
21 Prithviraj Chavan 6 November 2010 Present

Performance in State Elections

Year General Election Votes Polled Seats Won
1962 3rd Assembly 5,617,347 215
1962 3rd Lok Sabha 5,895,958 41
1967 4th Assembly 6,288,564 203
1967 4th Lok Sabha 6,618,181 37
1971 5th Lok Sabha 8,790,135 42
1972 5th Assembly 8,535,832 222
1977 6th Lok Sabha 7,942,267 20
1978 6th Assembly 5,159,828 69
1980 7th Assembly 7,809,533 186
1980 7th Lok Sabha 9,855,580 39
1984 8th Lok Sabha 11,183,424 43
1985 8th Assembly 9,522,556 161
1989 9th Lok Sabha 12,496,088 28
1990 9th Assembly 11,334,773 141
1991 10th Lok Sabha 11,280,003 38
1995 10th Assembly 11,941,832 80
1996 11th Lok Sabha 9,864,853 15
1998 12th Lok Sabha 13,744,283 33
1999 11th Assembly 8,937,043 75
1999 13th Lok Sabha 9,812,144 10
2004 12th Assembly 8,810,363 69
2004 14th Lok Sabha 8,143,246 13
2009 15th Lok Sabha 8,143,246 17

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