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Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee

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Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (or Punjab PCC) is the affiliate of the Indian National Congress in the state of Punjab. It is headed by Pratap Singh Bajwa,[1] congress MP from Gurdaspur. He is the 21st president to hold the post.

Contents

  • Present officeholders 1
  • Past officeholders 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Present officeholders

The seven vice-presidents of Punjab Pradesh Congress are:

  • Ch. Jagjit Singh,
  • Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria,
  • Lal Singh
  • Rana KP Singh,
  • Kewal Dhillon,
  • Ashwani Sekri,
  • Rana Gurmeet Sodhi.

PPC has seven general secretaries:

  • Arvind Khanna,
  • Fateh Singh Bajwa,
  • Rana Gurjit Singh,
  • Harminder Jassi,
  • Vikram Bajwa,
  • Ramesh Dogra,
  • Om Parkash Soni,
  • Aruna Chowdhary.

The nine-member PCC coordination committee includes:

  • Capt. Amarinder Singh,
  • Gulchain Singh Charak,
  • Ambika Soni,
  • Mohinder Singh Kaypee,
  • Jagmeet Brar,
  • Rajinder K Bhattal,
  • Ashwani Kumar,
  • Manish Tewari,
  • Parveen Rashtrapal.

PPC's 33-member executive committee includes: Raninder Singh, Ripjit Brar, Sunil Jakhar, Tripat Bajwa, Sunil Datti, Razia Sultana, Lakhbinder Garcha, Raman Bhalla, Tejinder Bittu, Gursimran Singh Pahuwindia, Rakesh Pandey, Vijay Sathi, Krishan Bains, Kuldip Nanda, Praveen Chopra, Davinder Darshi, Salamat Masih and Mai Roop Kaur.

Past officeholders

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.hindustantimes.com/Punjab/Chandigarh/Bajwa-replaces-Amarinder-as-Punjab-Congress-chief/SP-Article1-1021716.aspx

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