Kerala Congress (M)

Kerala Congress (M)

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Kerala Congress (M) is a recognised state level Indian political party in Kerala. It was formed in 1979, through a split from the Kerala Congress. Its leader is K. M. Mani, a former minister of the Government of Kerala. Its chairman was C. F. Thomas. As of 2011, the party had eleven MLAs in the State Legislative Assembly and one MP (Jose K Mani) and was an alliance member of the United Democratic Front, that lost control of state government in the 2006 Kerala state assembly elections.

On April 30, 2010 another Kerala Congress faction led by P. J. Joseph, which was a constituent of Left Democratic Front decided to leave LDF and merge with KC(M) to form a single united Kerala Congress.

For the Kerala Assembly election, the united groups would be contesting under the banner and symbol of Kerala Congress (M) as directed by the election commission. The name Kerala Congress and symbol bicycle which have been claimed by the united group have been temporarily frozen.


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