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Winner of Kerala Elections 2011 in Idukki (Thodupuzha constituency) district : PJ Joseph


The winner of the Kerala elections 2011 in Thodupuzha constituency of Idukki district is PJ Joseph. Read more to know about the competition in Thodupuzha constituency and also know the voting details for Thodupuzha constituency. The article also contains a brief description of the political career of PJ Joseph.

The announcement of the winner for Thodupuzha constituency in the Kerala Elections 2011 has been made. The winner of Thodupuzha constituency in the Kerala elections is PJ Joseph. There was no competition at all for him in this constituency and it was an easy win for PJ Joseph. He won the election by a margin of 22868 in comparison to his immediate rival Prof Joseph Augustine of Independent. PJ Joseph is a committee member of the Kerala Congress (M). He won the Thodupuzha constituency election with 66325 votes in Idukki district of Kerala.

PJ Joseph is an MLA and the leader of the Kerala Congress party in Kerala. His native place is Thodupuzha in Idukki district. His party is a part of the Left Democratic Front (LDF) as an alliance. Joseph's wife's name Santha who is a gynaecologist and the couple has three sons and one daughter. PJ Joseph has obtained a B.A degree in Economics from Loyola College in Madras and M.A degree from Sacred Hearts College, Thevara. In the political field, he has held many positions such as Minister for Home Affairs, Minister for Education and Excise, Minister for Revenue and Housing, Minister for Public works, Founding Convener of UDF, Chairman of Kerala Congress, Chairman of Gandhiji Study Centre, Life Member of Indian Science Congress and Member of Kerala University Syndicate. Some of PJ Joseph's political achievements includes Introduction of DPEP education system, Introduction of Plus 2 schools in Kerala, Introduction of international standard roads and pioneering of Bio and Organic farming in Kerala.

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Voting details of Thodupuzha constituency of Idukki district


1. PJ Joseph (KC(M)) - Wins with 66325 votes
2. Prof Joseph Augustine (Independent) - Loses with 43457 votes
3. P.M Velayudhan (BJP) - Loses with 10049 votes
4. M.A Najeeb (SDPI) - Loses with 5386 votes
5. Binu Sebastian (BSP) - Loses with 677 votes


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