|Leader||P. C. Thomas|
|Split from||Kerala Congress (Anti-merger Group)|
|Succeeded by||Kerala Congress|
|Headquarters||67, Kumaranasn Nagar, Kadavanthara, P.O. Ernakulam, Kerala.|
|Colours||Half white and half red|
After the Permission of using the name as bracket less Kerala Congress in 2016, Thomas Dissolved Kerala Congress (Thomas) and revived Parent Kerala Congress. so his fraction became official Kerala Congress from 2016 to 2021.
In 2021 it merged with its own parent fraction called Joseph Group.
P.C Thomas was the chairman of Kerala Congress (Anti-merger Group). Since 2014 a power struggle erupted in that party and 2015 Thomas left Kerala Congress (Anti-merger Group) and formed Kerala Congress (Thomas).
In 2016, after a long legal battle P. C. Thomas received approval to use the name as bracketless Kerala Congress party. So Thomas dissolved Kerala Congress (Thomas) and revived Kerala Congress, and since then to 2021 Kerala Congress (Thomas) was the Bracketless Kerala Congress party.
Kerala congress participated in 2016 elections as a part of National Democratic Alliance. The party had been provided five seats in 2016 Kerala Legislative Assembly election, and PC Thomas contested from Kottayam (Lok Sabha constituency) for NDA on 2019 Indian general election
In October 2020, it was reported that P. C. Thomas was leaving NDA and was likely to join the United Democratic Front (UDF). The party however decided to stay in the NDA and extended their support to NDA candidates in the 2020 Kerala local elections.
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- "Jolt to NDA as P C Thomas' Kerala Congress to quit alliance, likely to join UDF". The New Indian Express. 24 October 2020. Retrieved 4 March 2021.
- "Kerala Congress (PC Thomas faction) announces support to NDA in local body polls". ANI. 5 December 2020. Retrieved 4 March 2021.
- "P C Thomas to quit NDA; to merge with P J Joseph". Mathrubhumi. Retrieved 17 March 2021.