United Communist Party of India

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United Communist Party of India
Founded 1989
Ideology Communism
Political position Left-wing
National affiliation Confederation of Indian Communists and Democratic Socialists
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United Communist Party of India (UCPI), is a political party in India. It was formed in 1989 when Indian Communist Party led by Com. Mohit Sen along with Com Ramesh Sinha, M. Kalyanasundaram, D. Pandian and SU. Palanisamy; All India Communist Party led by S.A. Dange and Roza Deshpande; and Communist Party of Punjab led Com. Wadhawa Ram and Sukhinder Singh; decided to merge their formations and called for national conference of communists.

The founding conference was held at Salem, Tamil Nadu in May 1989. Delegates from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, W. Bengal, Orissa, Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Maharashtra, Goa and Kerala met and declared the formation of United Communist Party of India. S.A Dange and Mohit Sen were elected Chairman and General-secretary respectively of the newly formed central committee. S.A.Dange, Mohit Sen, Ramesh Sinha, Roza Deshpande, D. Pandian, K.M. Sundram, Sukhinder Singh,[1] K. Manikam, Keshav Sachan and Shyam Narain Tiwari were elected as Political Committee members.[2] Veteran communist leader Mohit Sen was the general secretary of the party until his death in 2003.[3]

UCPI participates in the Confederation of Indian Communists and Democratic Socialists.[4]


Founding Leaders

Present Leadership

  • President: G.V. Narayana Rao
  • General Secretary: Sukhinder Singh
  • Political Committee Members: P.K. Pattabi Raman, M. Sunder Rajan, Charan Gill, Hargopal Singh, S.V. Sant, Shiv Dutt Chaturvedi, Sarabjit Kumar and Professor Mihir Sinha

States Leadership

Tamil Nadu President : P.K. Pattabiraman Secretary : M. Sundarajan Joint Secretary : M.S. Ramasamy Reddy, M.P. Shankar Treasurer : R. Sundaramurthy Secretariat Members : M. Ambikapathy, Ex-MLA, S. Selvaraj

Punjab President—Baljit Singh Bhullar Secretary—Charan Gill Cashier—Dharam Pal Sethi Secretariat members—Gurcharan Dhaliwal, Raghbir Singh, Harnam singh, Nirmal Singh Brar, Hardeep Singh, Gurmeet Singh, Amrik Singh, Harbans Singh, Balbir Singh Dhillon, Ranjit Singh,Karam Singh Brar and Pratap.

1992 Punjab assembly elections UCPI contested two seats of Malout and Abohar. Its candidate Com. Baldev Singh Ballamgarh was elected from Malout constituency while Abohar candidate Bhag Singh Chug lost.

2007 UP election

In the 2007 assembly election in Uttar Pradesh UCPI launched three candidate, Devi Dayal Yadav in Karki (572 votes, 0.49% of the votes in the constituency), Anand Kumar in Baberu (899 votes, 0.82%) and Vimal Krishan Srivastav in Banda (456 votes, 0.39%).[5]

2000 Andhra Pradesh Municipal Elections

In 2000 municipal elections of Andhra Pradesh UCPI candidate Mr. Chadalawada Jagannadham have contested for Municipal Corporator for 49th ward[where?] with the symbol of congress party (As UCPI has no recognition with EC).Out of total 3500(Approximately) total voters polling percentage was about 65% and Mr. Jagannadham won with a majority of approximately 700 votes over his nearest rival from the TDP party. Five years he have served as Corporation Education and Library Committee Chairman and corporations representative in the committee of Hindu college.


  1. ^ the Hindhu, 19 February 2009
  2. ^ Glimpses of the history-Indian Communist Movement(1925-1995) page 43 1st para,by Mohit Sen
  3. ^ Financial Express - Veteran Communist Leader Mohit Sen Passes Away
  4. ^ http://www.hindu.com/2005/02/09/stories/2005020906330400.htm
  5. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 30 September 2007. Retrieved 11 May 2007. 
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