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Pinarayi Vijayan

Pinarayi Vijayan

Chief Minister, Member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), CPI(M), Kannur, Kerala.

Pinarayi Vijayan is the current Chief Minister of Kerala and a Member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). He was born on 21-03-1944 to Maroli Koran & Kalyani in a poor family in the Kannur district.

He has completed his schooling at Peralassery High School. he worked as a handloom weaver for a year before joining for a Pre-university course in the Government Brennen College, Thalassery. Subsequently, he earned a B.A. Economics degree from the Government Brennen College, Thalassery.

He entered active politics through student unions, before formally joining the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in 1964. He held various important positions in the party, including being a Member of the District Committee and District Secretariat.

Vijayan became Kannur District Secretary of the Kerala Students Federation (KSF), which later became the Students Federation of India (SFI). He went on to become the state secretary and subsequently the state President of KSF.

He then moved on to the Kerala State Youth Federation (KSYF), which later became the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI). He became the President of the state committee. During that period, when communists in Kerala were organizing the political activities from different hide-outs, Pinarayi Vijayan was imprisoned for one and a half years.

Later he was elected as the President of the Kerala State cooperative bank. During the emergency, he was arrested and tortured by the police. He became the Kannur District Secretary of the CPI(M) when M.V. Raghavan left the party over the ‘alternative document’ row. Within three years, he became a Member of the State Secretariat.

In 1968, He was elected to the Kannur District Committee of CPI(M). In 1970, He won his first Kerala Assembly elections from the Koothuparamba constituency as an MLA of CPI(M), defeating Thayath Raghavan of the PSP. In 1972, He became a Member of the Kannur District Secretariat for CPI(M).

In 1977, He won the elections from Koothuparamba for the second time as an MLA, defeating Abdulkadar of the RSP.

In 1978, He was elected to the CPI(M) Kerala State Committee. In 1986, He was elected as the CPI(M) Kannur District Secretary. In 1988, He became a Member of the CPI(M) State Secretariat.

In 1991, Pinarayi Vijayan won the election from Koothuparamba for the third time as an MLA, defeating P Ramakrishnan of the INC. In 1996, Vijayan Served as the Minister of Electricity and Minister of Co-operatives in Kerala. In 1996, Vijayan won the assembly elections from the Payyannur seat as an MLA defeating KN Kannoth of the INC.

In 1998, He was elected the State Secretary of the CPI(M) for Kerala. From 1998-2015, he was Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kerala State Committee. In 2002, Vijayan Became a Member of the Politburo the CPI(M).

In 2016, Vijayan appointed as a Minister of Home Affairs, Kerala Government. In 2016, Vijayan won the assembly elections from the Dharmadom seat as an MLA defeating K. K. Narayanan. In 2016, Pinarayi Vijayan elected as Chief Minister of Kerala after defeating Mambaram Divakaran of the INC in the Dharmadom constituency.  He was Sworn in as the Chief Minister of Kerala for the second time on 20-May-2021.

Pravik Pandyala Mukku, P.O.- Pinarayi Pin No- 670741

Contact Number:+91-9447135000
E-Mail: [email protected]

Recent Activities

CM Vijayan Sir went to the office of the Secretariat as the Chief Minister and took charge.

Kerala CM Vijayan has attended a meeting with people

Kerala CM Vijayan seedlings were planted on Cliff House grounds on Environment Day.

Kerala CM Vijayan and others paid last respects to Gowriamma.

Exercising the right to vote is one of the most important duties of a citizen in a democracy. Pinarayi came to RC Amala Basic School and fulfilled that responsibility. This is an election that is going to have a place in the history of Kerala. The people have already decided that Kerala will be led by the Left. Democracy will rule here. Secularism will dawn. We will continue to move forward on the path of progress. Today, Kerala will strengthen it by registering to vote for the Left.

Political Activities

Inauguration of Flats

Inauguration of Flat for the Peoples of Kaluthankadavu Colony

Inauguration of Kerala Saksharatha Mission Head Quarters

Children of the Mukkam LoveShore Institute for Mentally Challenged Kozhikode came to see CM

Passing Out Parade

First Kerala Police Coastal Guard

Pinarayi Vijayan laid the foundational stone for the 70th Martyrdom of Gandhiji.

Home Minister of Telangana Donate 25 crore to CMDRF

Independence Day Parade

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan receives salute at the Independence Day Parade.

Thiruvananthapuram Rural Police Women’s Cell Building Inauguration

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan inaugurated the Thiruvananthapuram Rural police women’s cell building.

Nissan Digital Hub

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, attended the MoU signing of Nissan With Kerala Government; To Establish New Digital Hub.

Inaugurating Project of Haritha Keralam

Chief Minister Inaugurating Project of Haritha Keralam  

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21-03-1944

Born in Kannur

Kannur

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SSC Standard

Peralassery High School.

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1963

Intermediate

Pre-university course in the Government Brennen College, Thalassery

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Graduation

B.A. Economics degree from the Government Brennen College, Thalassery.

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1964

Joined in the CPI(M)

Communist Party of India (Marxist)

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State Secretary & President

of KSF(Kerala Students Federation).

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President

 of the Kerala State co-operative bank

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1968

Kannur District Committee of CPI(M)

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1970-1977

MLA, 1st Term

of Kerala Assembly elections from the Koothuparamba constituency from CPI (M).

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1972

Member

of the Kannur District Secretariat for CPI(M).

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1977-1980

Re-elected MLA, 2nd term

Kerala Assembly elections from the Koothuparamba constituency of CPI(M)

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1988

District Secretary

of the CPI(M)  in Kannur

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1991-1996

MLA, 3rd Term

of CPI(M) from the Koothuparamba constituency 

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1996-1998

Minister of Electricity and Co-operatives

of Kerala

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1996-2001

MLA, 4th Term

of  Payyannur from the CPI(M).

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1998

State Secretary

of the CPI(M) for Kerala

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1998-2015

Secretary

of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kerala State Committee.

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2002

Member

of the Politburo the CPI(M).

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2016

Minister of Home Affairs

of Kerala Government.

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2016

MLA, 5th term

Assembly elections from the Dharmadom

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2016

Chief Minister

 of Kerala

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20-May-2021-2026

Chief Minister

of Kerala for the second time