Manjalamkuzhi Ali

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Manjalamkuzhi Ali
മഞ്ഞളാംകുഴി അലി
Manjalamkuzhi ALI.jpg
Former Minister of Urban Affairs, Town Planning, Development Authority and Minority Welfare.
In office
2012- 2016
Constituency Perintalmanna - Kerala
Personal details
Born 1 January 1952
Political party Indian Union Muslim League
Spouse(s) APM Raziyaa
Children Amjad Ali (1981 - 2014),
Dr. Aysha Mishal,
Ameena Shahzad,
Mohammed Arif

Manjalamkuzhi Ali is an Indian politician and previous minister in the Government of Kerala. He was elected to Kerala Legislative Assembly from Perinthalmanna constituency in 2011.

An entrepreneur-turned-politician, Ali left the LDF and joined Indian Union Muslim League on the eve of assembly elections in 2011. He was elected as an MLA from Perinthalmanna in Malappuram district. In the previous two elections held in 2001 and 2006, he was elected to the assembly from Mankada segment as an LDF independent.[1] He is a leader of Indian Union Muslim League.

Biography

Manjalamkuzhi Ali, was born on 1 January 1952, as the 4th son of Manjalamkuzhi Mohammed Alias Manu and Perincheeri Kunhaysha.

Married to APM Raziya, D/o late C P Kunjalikutty Keyi (Ex MLA). He is the chairman of the GEMS Arts and Science college, Ramapuram, Malappuram district. He is the producer of some Malayalam movies, including The King.

He was Chairman, Mahakavi Moyinkutty Vaidyar Smaraka Trust (1996-2001); Director, KSFDC (1996-01); Director, NORKA-ROOTS (2006–11).He acted a new film 'vikruthikootam'.

His elder son Amjad Ali (33 yrs age) died on 12 March 2014 in Dubai due to heart attack.

Voting results

Movies

Title Notes
Dhwani karumanchery production
Purappad karumanchery production
Radhamadhavam karumanchery production
Oru Abhibhashakante Case diary QUALITY INTERNATIONAL
THE KING QUALITY INTERNATIONAL
The Good Boys QUALITY INTERNATIONAL
Amaram DISTRIBUTION
Ezharakkoottam QUALITY INTERNATIONAL
Aayirappara TONY john
Mahanagaram DISTRIBUTION
Sooryamanasam DISTRIBUTION

Trivia

Ali and M. K. Muneer contested elections against each other at Mankada and Ali defeated Muneer. They both served as State Ministers of the same Government later.

References

  1. ^ http://www.indianexpress.com/news/congress-yields-to-iuml-pressure-chandy-ministry-expanded/935889/2
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