National Secular Conference

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National Secular Conference (NSC)
നാഷണൽ സെക്യുലർ കോൺഫറൻസ്
LeaderP. T. A. Rahim
FounderP. T. A. Rahim
HeadquartersMISFA, Koduvally (P.O.), Kozhikode DT., Kerala
Student wingSecular Students Union
Youth wingSecular Youth Conference
IdeologyScheduled Castes interests
National affiliationLDF (external support)
Kerala Legislative Assembly
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Election symbol

Glass Tumbler

National Secular Conference (NSC) is an Indian political party from Kerala. P. T. A. Rahim is the state president of National Secular Conference (NSC). In early 2011 with the support of LDF, under the leadership of P. T. A. Rahim a new party, National Secular Conference (NSC) was formed to protect the rights of Dalits, religious minorities and other backward sections of people. Without long historical background, NSC flourished in different parts of Kerala by utilising its secular mottos. Jaleel Punalur is the state organising secretary of NSC. The party have roots in southern region of the state, with many members in Alappuzha, Kollam, and Trivandrum districts.[1]


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