G. Sudhakaran – Wikipedia

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Indian politician

G
Sudhakaran

Minister for Public Works and Registration, Government of Kerala
In office
25 May 2016 (2016-05-25) – 3 May 2021
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan
Preceded by V. K. Ebrahimkunju
Succeeded by P. A. Mohammed Riyas
Member of the Kerala Legislative Assembly
In office
2006 (2006)–2021
Preceded by D. Sugathan
Succeeded by H. Salam
Constituency Ambalappuzha
Minister for Co-operation, Coir and Electricity, Government of Kerala
In office
2006 (2006)–2011 (2011)
Constituency Ambalappuzha
Member of the Kerala Legislative Assembly
In office
1996 (1996)–2001 (2001)
Preceded by Thachedy Prabhakaran
Succeeded by M. M. Hassan
Constituency Kayamkulam
Personal details
Born (1950-11-01) 1 November 1950 (age 72)
Mavelikkara, Alappuzha, State of Travancore–Cochin
(present day Kerala), India
Political party Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Parents
  • P. Gopala Kurup
  • L. Pankajakshi Amma
Residence(s) Alappuzha, Kerala, India
Education

G. Sudhakaran (born 1 November 1950) is an Indian politician. He is former Minister for Public Works in the Pinarayi Vijayan ministry of the Kerala Legislative Assembly. He belongs to the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and represented the Ambalappuzha constituency from 2006 till 2021.[1][2]

Politician[edit]

He is Member, CPI (M), Alappuzha District Committee and State Committee. He was elected to Kerala Legislative Assembly in 1996 and 2006.[3]

Author[edit]

He published books including:

  • Aaranu née Obama (Collection of Poems).
  • Unni Makane Manohara (Collection of Poems).
  • Sannithanathile Kazhuthakal (Collection of Poems).
  • Kanal Vazhiyil Kari Puralathe (Collection of Selected Niyamasabha Speeches).

References[edit]

  1. ^

    “G. Sudhakaran – Government of Kerala, India”. kerala.gov.in. Retrieved 7 February 2021.

  2. ^ “Members – Kerala Legislature”. www.niyamasabha.org. Retrieved 7 February 2021.
  3. ^ “Party workers in Kayamkulam had back-stabbed me: G Sudhakaran”. The New Indian Express. Retrieved 7 February 2021.

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