Thomas Unniyadan

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Adv. Thomas Unniyadan
Preceded byLonappan Nambadan
Constituency Irinjalakuda
Personal details
Born19 June 1958
Vaikom,Kottayam
Nationality Flag of India.svg Indian
Political party Kerala Congress (M)
RelationsSri.Mathew Joseph(father)
Smt.Mary Joseph(Mother)
Smt.Sherly (Spouse)
Children2 Daughters
MotherSmt.Mary Joseph
FatherSri.Mathew Joseph
ResidenceIrinjalakuda,Kerala
EducationB.A.,L.L.B

Thomas Unniyadan is a local politician and Kerala Congress (M) Leader. He was a member of Kerala legislative assembly from Irinjalakuda from 2001 to 2016. He lost the 2016 election to Prof. K.U Arunan by a margin of 2711 votes. He was born in Vaikom, the famous temple town in Kottayam district, as the son of Sri. Mathew Joseph and Smt. Mary Joseph. He is an advocate by profession. He is married to Smt. Sherly, and has two daughters. He is settled in Irinjalakuda.

The politics of India takes place within the framework of the country's constitution. India is a federal parliamentary democratic republic in which the President of India is the head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government. India follows the dual polity system, i.e. a double government that consists of the central authority at the centre and states at the periphery. The constitution defines the organisational powers and limitations of both central and state governments, and it is well-recognised, rigid and considered supreme; i.e. the laws of the nation must conform to it.

Kerala Congress (M) political party in India

Kerala Congress (M) is a state-level political party in the Indian state of Kerala. It formed in 1979, after splitting from the Kerala Congress. Its leader and chairman is K. M. Mani; its working chairman is P. J. Joseph; and its Deputy chairman is C.F. Thomas.

Irinjalakuda Municipality and town in Kerala, India

Irinjalakuda is a Municipal town in Thrissur district, Kerala, India. Irinjalakuda is the headquarters of Mukundapuram Taluk. Irinjalakuda is known for the Koodalmanikyam Temple and the Thachudaya Kaimals who had princely status until 1971.

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Performance in assembly elections

Party1996Votes
KC[M]Adv.Thomas Unniyadan43295
CPI[M]Lonappan Nambadan49421
BJPBiju Menon6890
BSPK. K. Ramakrishnan775
Lost toLonappan NambadanBy 6126
Party2001Votes
KC[M]Adv.Thomas Unniyadan54242
CPI[M]T. Sasidharan53836
BJPP. Mukundan Menon5565
INDSasidharan1867
OTHP. N. Suran1052
wonAdv.Thomas UnniyadanBy 406
Party2006Votes
KC[M]Adv.Thomas Unniyadan58825
CPI[M]C. K. Chandran (Chembara)50830
BJPP. G. Anil Kumar3796
BSPP. K. Subrahmanian586
INDC. K. Chandran Chenangat637
OTHP. N. Suran564
INDThomas Oolakkadan635
INDA. A. Thomas235
wonAdv.Thomas UnniyadanBy 7995
Party2011Votes
KC[M]Adv.Thomas Unniyadan68445
CPI[M]K.R. Vijaya56041
BJPK.C. Venugopal6672
BSPSubrahmanian449
OTHT.V. Sivadasan772
wonAdv.Thomas UnniyadanBy 12404


Party2016Votes
KC[M]Adv.Thomas Unniyadan57019
CPI[M]Prof. K.U. Arunan59730
Lost toProf. K.U. Arunan By '

Political life

Currently unniyadan is working as Legislative petitions committee chairman and also hold the positions in various committees as Committee member in state Legislative Subject committee and Committee member Legislative Subordinate registration Committee

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