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Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee
PresidentKaran Mahara
ChairpersonYashpal Arya
Founded2000
Headquarters21 Rajpur Road, Dehradun-248001, Uttarakhand
Youth wingUttarakhand Youth Congress
Women's wingUttarakhand Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee
Ideology
AllianceUnited Progressive Alliance
Seats in Lok Sabha
0 / 5
Seats in Rajya Sabha
0 / 3
Seats in Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly
19 / 70
Election symbol
Hand INC.svg
Website
uttarakhandpradeshcongress.com

Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee or Uttarakhand PCC is the state wing of the Indian National Congress (INC) in Uttarakhand.[1]

Leadership

List of Presidents

See also: List of state presidents of the Indian National Congress and List of presidents of the Indian National Congress

No. Portrait Name Term Ref.
1
HarishRawat.jpg
Harish Rawat 9 November 2000 2007
2
Yashpal Arya LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Yashpal Arya 2007 12 June 2014 [2]
3 Kishore Upadhyaya 13 June 2014 3 May 2017 [3]
4
Pritam Singh Ex LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Pritam Singh 4 May 2017 22 July 2021 [4]
5 Ganesh Godiyal 22 July 2021 10 April 2022 [5]
6 Karan Mahara 10 April 2022 Incumbent

List of Chief Ministers

Main article: List of chief ministers of Uttarakhand

See also: List of chief ministers from the Indian National Congress

No. Portrait Chief Ministers Constituency Term in Office Assembly
(Election)
Ministry
Start End Tenure
1
Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari.jpg
Narayan Datt Tiwari Ramnagar 2 March 2002 7 March 2007 5 years, 5 days 1st Assembly
(2002)
Tiwari
2
Vijay Bahuguna.jpg
Vijay Bahuguna Sitarganj 13 March 2012 31 January 2014 1 year, 324 days 3rd Assembly
(2012)
Bahuguna
3
HarishRawat.jpg
Harish Rawat Dharchula 1 February 2014 27 March 2016 2 years, 55 days Rawat
21 April 2016 22 April 2016 1 day
11 May 2016 18 March 2017 311 days
(total 3 years and 2 days)

List of CLP Leaders

Main article: List of leaders of the opposition in the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

No. Portrait Chief Ministers Constituency Term in Office Assembly
(Election)
Start End
1
Indira Hridayesh LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Indira Hridayesh MLC 2000 24 February 2002 Interim Assembly
2
Harak Singh Rawat Ex Minister Uttarakhand.jpg
Harak Singh Rawat Lansdowne 13 March 2007 7 March 2012 2nd Assembly
(2007)
(1)
Indira Hridayesh LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Indira Hridayesh Haldwani 26 March 2017 13 June 2021 4th Assembly
(2017)
3
Pritam Singh Ex LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Pritam Singh Chakrata 22 July 2021 10 March 2022
4
Yashpal Arya LOP Uttarakhand Assembly.jpg
Yashpal Arya Bajpur 10 April 2022 Incumbent 5th Assembly
(2022)

Electoral performance

Main article: Elections in Uttarakhand

See also: Electoral history of the Indian National Congress

Legislative Assembly elections

See also: Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly

Year Legislature Party leader Votes polled Seats won Change in seats Outcome
2002 1st Vidhan Sabha Harish Rawat 769,991
36 / 70
New entry 36 Government
2007 2nd Vidhan Sabha 1,116,511
21 / 70
Decrease 15 Opposition
2012 3rd Vidhan Sabha Yashpal Arya 1,436,042
32 / 70
Increase 11 Government with PDF
2017 4th Vidhan Sabha Harish Rawat 1,665,664
11 / 70
Decrease 21 Opposition
2022 5th Vidhan Sabha Harish Rawat
Pritam Singh
Ganesh Godiyal
2,038,509
19 / 70
Increase 8

Lok Sabha elections

See also: Lok Sabha

Year Legislature Party leader Votes polled Seats won Change in seats Outcome
2004 14th Lok Sabha Harish Rawat 1,024,062
1 / 5
New entry 1 Government with UPA
2009 15th Lok Sabha Yashpal Arya 1,354,468
5 / 5
Increase 4
2014 16th Lok Sabha 1,494,440
0 / 5
Decrease 5 Opposition
2019 17th Lok Sabha Pritam Singh 1,520,767
0 / 5
Steady
2024 18th Lok Sabha TBD

See also

References

  1. ^ Congress in States Archived 3 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine All India Congress Committee website.
  2. ^ Chandramohan, C. K. (11 March 2012). "Uttarakhand suffers due to leadership deficit". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 17 August 2020.
  3. ^ "Kishore Upadhyaya is new president of Uttarakhand Congress". Hindustan Times. 13 June 2014. Retrieved 17 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Pritam Singh appointed as new Uttarakhand Congress chief". Economic Times. 4 May 2017. Retrieved 17 August 2020.
  5. ^ "Outlook, India". Retrieved 22 July 2021.