Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee
PresidentGovind Singh Dotasra
ChairpersonAshok Gehlot
(CM of Rajasthan)
HeadquartersIndira Gandhi Bhawan, Chandpol, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan
Youth wingRajasthan Youth Congress
Women's wingRajasthan Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee
Ideology
AllianceUnited Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
0 / 25
Seats in Rajya Sabha
6 / 10
Seats in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly
108 / 200
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
https://www.rajpcc.com/

Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (RPCC) is the Pradesh Congress Committee (state wing) of the Indian National Congress (INC) serving in the state of Rajasthan.[1]

Rajesthan Legislative Assembly election

Year Party leader Seats won Change
in seats
Outcome
1952 Tika Ram Paliwal
82 / 160
New Government
1957 Mohan Lal Sukhadia
119 / 176
Increase 37 Government
1962
88 / 176
Decrease 31 Government
1967
89 / 184
Increase 1 Government
1972 Barkatullah Khan
145 / 184
Increase 56 Government
1977 Hari Dev Joshi
41 / 200
Decrease 104 Opposition
1980 Jagannath Pahadia
133 / 200
Increase 92 Government
1985 Hari Dev Joshi
113 / 200
Decrease 20 Government
1990
50 / 200
Decrease63 Opposition
1993
76 / 200
Increase 26 Opposition
1998 Ashok Gehlot
153 / 200
Increase 77 Government
2003
56 / 200
Decrease 97 Opposition
2008
96 / 200
Increase 40 Government
2013
21 / 200
Decrease 75 Opposition
2018
100 / 200
Increase79 Government

List of presidents

Year President
1985–1999 Ashok Gehlot
2003-2005 C. P. Joshi
2005-2014 B. D. Kalla
2014-2020 Sachin Pilot
2020–Present Govind Singh Dotasra

List of chief ministers of Rajasthan from Indian National Congress

Main article: List of chief ministers of Rajasthan

Following is the list of the chief ministers of Rajasthan from Indian National Congress:

No. Chief ministers Portrait Term in office Assembly Constituency
Start End Tenure
1 Heera Lal Shastri
Hiralal Shastri 1976 stamp of India.jpg
7 April 1949 5 January 1951 1 years, 273 days Interim Assembly
2 C. S. Venkatachari 6 January 1951 25 April 1951 109 days Interim Assembly
3 Jai Narayan Vyas
Jai Narayan Vyas 1974 stamp of India.jpg
26 April 1951 3 March 1952 2 years, 323 days 1st Assembly Kishangarh
1 November 1952 12 November 1954 2nd Assembly
4 Tika Ram Paliwal 3 March 1952 31 October 1952 242 days 1st Assembly Mahuwa
5 Mohan Lal Sukhadia
Mohan Lal Sukhadia 1988 stamp of India.jpg
13 November 1954 13 March 1967 16 years, 194 days 1st, 2nd, 3rd Assembly Udaipur
26 April 1967 9 July 1971 4th Assembly
6 Barkatullah Khan 9 July 1971 11 October 1973 2 years, 94 days 5th Assembly Tijara
7 Hari Dev Joshi 11 October 1973 29 April 1977 6 years, 241 days 5th Assembly Banswara
10 March 1985 20 January 1988 8th Assembly
4 December 1989 4 March 1990
8 Jagannath Pahadia
Jagannath Pahadia.jpg
6 June 1980 13 July 1981 1 year, 37 days 7th Assembly Weir
9 Shiv Charan Mathur 14 July 1981 23 February 1985 5 years, 177 days 7th Assembly Mandalgarh
20 January 1988 4 December 1989 8th Assembly
10 Hira Lal Devpura 23 February 1985 10 March 1985 15 days 8th Assembly Kumbhalgarh
11 Ashok Gehlot
Mr. Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister, Rajasthan. India.JPG
1 December 1998 8 December 2003 10 years, 8 days 11th Assembly Sardarpura
12 December 2008 13 December 2013 13th Assembly
17 December 2018 Incumbent 4 years, 34 days 15th Assembly

List of deputy chief ministers of Rajasthan from Indian National Congress

Main article: List of deputy chief ministers of Rajasthan

Following is the list of the deputy chief ministers of Rajasthan from Indian National Congress:

No. Deputy chief ministers Portrait Term in office Assembly Constituency Chief Minister
Start End Tenure
1 Tika Ram Paliwal 26 March 1951 3 March 1952 2 years, 343 days 1st Assembly Mahwa Jai Narayan Vyas
1 November 1952 1 November 1954
2 Banwari Lal Bairwa 25 January 2003 8 December 2003 317 days 11th Assembly Ashok Gehlot
3 Kamla Beniwal 25 January 2003 8 December 2003 317 days 11th Assembly Bairath Ashok Gehlot
4 Sachin Pilot
Sachin Pilot at the India Economic Summit 2010 cropped.jpg
17 December 2018 14 July 2020 1 year, 210 days 15th Assembly Tonk Ashok Gehlot

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