All India Mahila Congress
|Headquarters||24, Akbar Road, New Delhi 110001|
|Indian National Congress|
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The All India Mahila Congress (AIMC) is split into regional branches designated as Pradesh Mahila Congress (State Women's Congress) which represents the AIMC in the states and union territories of India. The AIMC consists of the card–holding women members of the Indian National Congress which elects the executive committee and state president of each of the PMCs.[failed verification]
|Pradesh Mahila Congress||State President|
|Andaman & Nicobar Pradesh MC|
|Andhra Pradesh MC|
|Arunachal Pradesh MC|
|Assam Pradesh MC|
|Bihar Pradesh MC|
|Chhattisgarh Pradesh MC||Phulo Devi Netam|
|Dadra & Nagar Haveli Pradesh MC|
|Daman & Diu Pradesh MC|
|Delhi Pradesh MC|
|Goa Pradesh MC|
|Gujarat Pradesh MC|
|Haryana Pradesh MC||Sumitra Chauhan|
|Himachal Pradesh MC|
|Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh MC|
|Jharkhand Pradesh MC|
|Karnataka Pradesh MC|
|Kerala Pradesh MC|
|Lakshadweep Pradesh MC|
|Madhya Pradesh MC|
|Maharashtra Pradesh MC|
|Manipur Pradesh MC|
|Meghalaya Pradesh MC|
|Mizoram Pradesh MC|
|Mumbai Pradesh MC|
|Nagaland Pradesh MC|
|Odisha Pradesh MC|
|Puducherry Pradesh MC|
|Punjab Pradesh MC||Mamata Dutta|
|Rajasthan Pradesh MC|
|Sikkim Pradesh MC|
|Tamil Nadu Pradesh MC|
|Telangana Pradesh MC|
|Tripura Pradesh MC|
|Uttarakhand Pradesh MC|
|Uttar Pradesh MC|
|West Bengal Pradesh MC|
List of Presidents
|Begum Abida Ahmed||1983–1988|
|Chandresh Kumari Katoch||1999–2003|
|Rita Bahuguna Joshi||2003–2008|
In October 2015 Nagma, who was previously a film actress, was appointed to the office General Secretary. In January 2019 INC president Rahul Gandhi appointed Apsara Reddy as National General Secretary, Reddy being noted as the first transgender office holder in the AIMC.
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