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Indian political party primarily based in the Indian state of Kerala.

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United Democratic Front (Kerala)

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Indian National Congress-led alliance of centre to centre-left, and centre-right, political parties in the Indian state of Kerala.

Indian National Congress-led alliance of centre to centre-left, and centre-right, political parties in the Indian state of Kerala.

Cochin International Airport is the first airport in the world to be fully powered by solar energy
The decision to construct the present Niyamasabha Mandiram was taken by the First Antony ministry in 1977
Oommen Chandy with prime minister Manmohan Singh and Defence Minister A. K. Antony at Emerging Kerala summit, 2012
The inauguration of Complete E-literacy project at Thiruvananthapuram (2014)
Kochi metro was the fastest completed metro project in India on its inauguration
Technopark, Trivandrum became the largest Information Technology park in India with the inauguration of Phase-3 project in the year 2014
Oommen Chandy in September 2015
Map of Kerala showing 2021 State Legislative Assembly Election Results
Map of Kerala showing 2019 Indian General Election Results
United Democratic Front is the Indian National Congress-led alliance of political parties in Kerala
The second-longest serving chief minister of Kerala, K. Karunakaran, was the founder of United Democratic Front
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United Democratic Front ministry in 1991 (4th Karunakaran ministry, 1991 - 95)
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P. J. Joseph served as the first United Democratic Front Convener (1980–82)
C. Achutha Menon, K. Karunakaran and C. H. M. Koya in 1970
Cochin International Airport
K. Karunakaran, K. M. Mani and C. H. M. Koya in 1977
Introduction of Information Technology as a subject in school level were initiated in 2001 by Third Antony ministry.
P. J. Joseph served as the first United Democratic Front Convener (1980–82)
U D F ministry (1983)

The alliance currently consists of Indian National Congress, Indian Union Muslim League, Kerala Congress (Joseph), Kerala Congress (Jacob), Revolutionary Socialist Party and a variety of other smaller parties.

B. Pocker

B. Pocker

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Indian politician and lawyer from Tellicherry, north Kerala, Madras Presidency.

Indian politician and lawyer from Tellicherry, north Kerala, Madras Presidency.

B. Pocker

Pocker was the first Member of Parliament (1952) from Indian Union Muslim League in independent India.

M. Muhammad Ismail sahib on a 1996 postage stamp of India

M. Muhammad Ismail

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Indian politician and social worker from Tirunelveli, southern Tamil Nadu.

Indian politician and social worker from Tirunelveli, southern Tamil Nadu.

M. Muhammad Ismail sahib on a 1996 postage stamp of India
Indian Union Muslim League leadership with Muhammad Ismail in 1954.

He served as the first President of Indian Union Muslim League after the partition of British India.

K. M. Seethi Sahib

K. M. Seethi Sahib

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Indian politician and community leader from Kerala.

Indian politician and community leader from Kerala.

K. M. Seethi Sahib

Seethi Sahib was the Secretary of the Indian Union Muslim League during the 1957 General Elections in India.

Indian National League

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Indian National League (abbreviated as the I. N. L.) is an Indian political party formed in 1994 under the leadership of the then Indian Union Muslim League leader Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait.

All-India Muslim League

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Political party established in 1906 in British India.

Political party established in 1906 in British India.

The AIME Conference in 1906, held at the Ahsan Manzil palace of the Dhaka Nawab Family, laid the foundation of the Muslim League.
Muslim League Working Committee at the Lahore session
Chaudhry Khaliquzzaman seconding the Resolution with Jinnah and Liaquat presiding the session.

In India, a separate independent entity called the Indian Union Muslim League was formed, which continues to have a presence in the Indian parliament to this day.

Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait

Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait

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Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait
Indian Union Muslim League leaders C. H. Mohammed Koya and Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait

Ebrahim Sulaiman Sait (1922 – 2005), known as "Mehboob-e-Millat", was an Indian politician, born in Bangalore in a Cutchi Memon family, who served as an Indian Union Muslim League Member of Parliament from northern Kerala several times.

Kani K. Navas in 2019

Kani K. Navas

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Kani K. Navas in 2019
Kani K. Navas in 2019

Kani K. Navas (born 14 May 1979) is an Indian politician and social worker from Indian Union Muslim League who serves as the Member of Parliament Loksabha (2019 - present) from Ramanathapuram Parliamentary Constituency of the Indian state Tamil Nadu.

2011 Kerala Legislative Assembly election

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Held on 13 April 2011 to elect members representing 140 constituencies in Kerala.

Held on 13 April 2011 to elect members representing 140 constituencies in Kerala.

Election map (By constituencies)
UDF Vs LDF results

The Indian Union Muslim League contests the elections as Muslim League Kerala State Committee.

C. H. Mohammed Koya in 1979.

C. H. Mohammed Koya

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Indian politician who served as the Minister of Education in various Kerala Governments from 1967 to 1973 and from 1977 to 1979.

Indian politician who served as the Minister of Education in various Kerala Governments from 1967 to 1973 and from 1977 to 1979.

C. H. Mohammed Koya in 1979.
C. H. Mohammed Koya

Koya was the first Indian Union Muslim League member to lead a state in independent India.