Pradesh Congress Committee

Pradesh Congress Committee

The elected committee that directs the Congress Party in an Indian state is known as a PCC, or Pradesh Congress Committee. It is elected by card-holding members of the Congress, the world's largest political organisation, and in turn elects State Congress Presidents and delegates to the All India Congress Committee.

List of PCCs

* Andhra Pradesh PCC
* Assam PCC
* Bihar PCC
* Chhatisgarh PCC
* Delhi PCC
* Gujarat PCC
* Haryana PCC
* Himachal Pradesh PCC
* Jammu & Kashmir PCC
* Jharkhand PCC
* Karnataka PCC
* Kerala PCC
* Maharashtra PCC
* Madhaya Pradesh PCC
* Meghalaya PCC
* Mizoram PCC
* Nagaland PCC
* Orissa PCC
* Pondicherry PCC
* Punjab PCC
* Rajasthan PCC
* Tamilnadu PCC
* Tripura PCC
* Uttranchal PCC
* Uttar Pradesh PCC
* West Bengal PCC

External links

[ All-India Congress Committee.]

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