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T. M. Jacob Profile & Biography


T. M. Jacob, the famous politician was born to T. S. Mathew & Annamma Mathew in the year 16 September 1950. His political party is kerala congress(J) group. Another important fact is that in the 2011 Kerala assembly election, T. M. Jacob won the piravom constituency.

T. M. Jacob

Profile & biography of T. M. Jacob


Date of birth: 16 September 1950
Father: T. S. Mathew
Mother: Annamma Mathew
Spouse: Annie Jacob
Children: 2
Constituency: Piravom
Religion: Christian orthodox
Important books of T. M. Jacob: Ente China Paryadanam, My China Diary

T. M. Jacob, the famous politician is the leader of the Kerala Congress (Jacob) group. The chairperson of Kerala Congress (Jacob) group is T. M .Jacob. It should be noted that T. M .Jacob is the former education minister as well as the irrigation & water supply minister in the Kerala state. Another important point is that T. M. Jacob was the general secretary of K.S.C in 1971 & its state president from 1972-1975. He was also the president of K.Y.F from 1976-1978. He was elected from the Piravom constituency in the year 1977 to the Kerala legislative assembly.

2011 Kerala assembly election & T. M. Jacob


In the 2011 Kerala assembly election, T. M. Jacob contested from Piravom & he won by 157 votes. It should be noted that T. M. Jacob got 66503 votes. But the total vote won by his nearest rival M .J. Jacob from CPI (M) was only 66346.


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