R. Selvaraj

R. Selvaraj is a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) representing Neyyattinkara constituency, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. He was a member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the present opposition party in Kerala, but resigned from the Kerala Legislature and the party on 9 March 2012 and joined Indian National Congress party. His resignation was attributed to rampant factionalism in his party. After joining the Indian National Congress, he contested the by-election from Neyyattinkara on “Hand” symbol and romped home with a margin of 6,334 votes, pushing up the ruling UDF’s slender majority in the 140-member Kerala Assembly to 73.

R childrens football socks. Selvaraj was born to Shri. Varghese and Smt. Ruthe at Dhanuvachapuram near Neyyattinkara on 5 March 1949. He married Smt. Mary Valsala, have two daughters and lives near Dhanuvachapuram, Thiruvananthapuram

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Selvaraj entered politics through the student wing of CPI(M) running number belt, S.F.I and K.S.Y.F. He was elected for the first time to the Kerala Legislative Assembly on 2006 from Parassala constituency in Thiruvananthapuram. Later in the 2011 state election, he was elected from Neyyattinkara Constituency.

On March 9, 2012, Selvaraj submitted his resignation from the post of MLA as well as the membership in the CPI(M) district committee, citing growing factionalism in the party and on being targeted by a section in the district party leadership. On April 2012, he joined the ruling party of the state, Indian National Congress. Selvaraj was fielded in by the Congress party in the by-election and was re-elected from the same constituency on 14-06-2012 by a margin of 6334 votes after a fierce triangular battle for the seat.

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