|Kerala Congress (M)|
|Leader||K. M. Mani|
|Founder||K. M. Mani|
|Headquarters||State Committee Office, Near Fire Station, Kottayam, India.|
|Student wing||Kerala Students Congress(M)|
|Youth wing||Kerala Youth Front (M)|
|Women’s wing||Kerala Vanitha Congress(M)|
|Ideology||Toiling Class Theory|
|ECI Status||State Party|
|Seats in Lok Sabha||1 / 545|
|Seats in Rajya Sabha||1 / 245|
|Alliance||United Progressive Alliance|
Kerala Congress (M) Leaders Party Candidate List
Kerala Congress (M) was formed in 1979 after a split with the parent Kerala congress party. Just before the general election held on 2011 KCM fraction of P. J. Joseph merged with KC(M). Earlier Kerala Congress(Secular) which was split earlier from P. J. Joseph group and led by Eapen Varghese merged with KC(M).
For the Kerala Assembly election, the united groups would be contesting under the banner and symbol of KC (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.
The party newspaper of the KC (M) is well-known among the masses of Kerala, across all classes. Its columns speak for the demands of the toiling classes of the society in the state. It is a famous newspaper, upholding the constitutional rights of the oppressed. KC (M) has initiated organic farming in the state, such as to ensure sustainable growth for the farmers in rural Kerala. In addition, the party has adhered a steady improvement of the sectors of education, IT industry, infrastructural details in Kerala as well as waste management.