Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee
PresidentUdai Bhan
ChairpersonBhupinder Singh Hooda
HeadquartersKothi No.140, Sector-9B Chandigarh-160009
Youth wingHaryana Youth Congress
Women's wingHaryana Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee
Ideology
AllianceIndian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
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Seats in Rajya Sabha
1 / 5
Seats in Haryana Legislative Assembly
30 / 90
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Website
INC Haryana

Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (or Haryana PCC) is the unit of the Indian National Congress, working in the state of Haryana. It is responsible for organizing and coordinating the party's activities and campaigns within the state, as well as selecting candidates for local, state, and national elections. Its head office is situated at Chandigarh.[1] Senior leader and four times MLA Mr Udai Bhan is the present chief of the Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee.[2]

Structure & Composition

S.no Name Designation
1. Dipak Babaria AICC Incharge
2. Udai Bhan President
Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee
3. Sumitra Chauhan President
Haryana Pradesh Mahila Congress
4. Divyanshu Buddhiraja President
Haryana Pradesh Youth Congress
5. Avinash Yadav President
Haryana Pradesh NSUI
6. Bhupinder Singh Hooda CLP Leader
Haryana Legislative Assembly

List of presidents

S.no President Portrait Term
1. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma 4-8-1966 16-11-1966
2. Ram Kishan Gupta 19-11-1966 9-11-1969
3. Ramchandra Mittal 2-1-1970 10-12-1972
4. Rao Nihal Singh 11-12-1972 04-07-1977
5. Ranbir Singh Hooda 05-07-1977 01-01-1978
6. Sultan Singh 8-11-1978 02-11-1979
7. Dalbir Singh 3-11-1979 10-06-1980
8. Sardar Harpal Singh 17-09-1980 10-06-1982
(6). Sultan Singh 11-06-1982 08-10-1985
9. Choudhary Birendra Singh 9-10-1985 19-04-1986
(8). Sardar Harpal Singh 14-05-1986 07-09-1987
10. Balbir Pal Shah 08-09-1987 06-02-1989
11. Shamsher Singh Surjewala 07-02-1989 30-09-1990
(9). Chaudhary Birendra Singh 01-10-1990 10-04-1992
12. Dharam Pal Singh Malik 11-04-1992 27-02-1997
13. Bhupinder Singh Hooda 29-02-1997 31-07-2002
14. Bhajan Lal Bishnoi 01-08-2002 02-07-2006
15. Phool Chand Mullana 27-08-2007 10-02-2014
16. Ashok Tanwar 14-02-2014 04-09-2019
17. Kumari Selja 04-09-2019 27-04-2022
18. Udai Bhan 27-04-2022 Incumbent

Haryana Pradesh Legislative Assembly election

Year Party leader Seats won Change
in seats
Outcome
1967 Birender Singh
48 / 81
New Government
1968 Bansi Lal
48 / 81
Steady Government
1972
52 / 81
Increase 4 Government
1977
3 / 90
Decrease 49 Opposition
1982 Bhajan Lal
36 / 90
Increase 33 Government
1987 Bansi Lal
5 / 90
Decrease 31 Opposition
1991 Bhajan Lal
51 / 90
Increase46 Government
1996
9 / 90
Decrease 42 Opposition
2000
21 / 90
Increase 12 Opposition
2005 Bhupinder Singh Hooda
67 / 90
Increase 46 Government
2009
40 / 90
Decrease 27 Government
2014
15 / 90
Decrease 25 Opposition
2019
31 / 90
Increase16 Opposition

List of Chief Ministers of Haryana from Indian National Congress

S.no Name Portrait Term
1. B. D. Sharma 1 November 1966 23 March 1967[3] 142 days
2. Bansi Lal 22 May 1968 30 November 1975 11 years, 282 days
5 July 1985 19 June 1987
11 May 1996 23 July 1999.[4]
3. Banarsi Das Gupta 1 December 1975 30 April 1977.[5] 1 year, 150 days
4. Bhajan Lal Bishnoi 22 January 1980 5 July 1985 11 years, 298 days
23 July 1991 9 May 1996
5. Bhupinder Singh Hooda 5 March 2005 19 October 2014[6] 9 years, 235 days

See also

References

  1. ^ "fullstory". Ptinews.com. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  2. ^ "Newsmaker | New Haryana Cong chief Udai Bhan a Hooda man, says 'Must work under his leadership'". 28 April 2022.
  3. ^ "Haryana Assembly Polls 2014: Haryana's first BJP CM Manohar Lal Khattar sworn in - The Economic Times". The Economic Times. 26 October 2014. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  4. ^ "Elections 1996: Bansi Lal makes a comeback after nine years in Haryana". Indiatoday.intoday.in. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  5. ^ "Haryana has a new leader in Banarasi Das Gupta but same old equation persists". Indiatoday.intoday.in. Retrieved 23 June 2017.
  6. ^ "Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda hails rail budget - Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis". Dnaindia.com. 24 February 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2017.