Ollur Assembly Constituency

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Ollur Assembly Constituency is a legislative assembly constituency in the Indian state of Kerala.[1][2]Ollur is a citadel of Indian National Congress for a long time but occasionally it had gone to Communist Party of India. The Ollur Assembly Constituency has 84,452 male and 90,027 female voters. The voters of Ollur Constituency are mainly famers and daily workers. The Constituency includes Mannuthy, Thalore and the hilly regions of Western Ghats. Tile factories, Timber and wooden packing boxes, Rolled gold ornaments are the main businesses which occur in this Constituency. Peechi Dam, Kerala Agricultural University, B.Ed College, Ollur Industrial Estate are also situated in Ollur Constituency. Christian people and church play a decisive role in electoral process of the Constituency. [3][4]


Kerala Legislative Assembly[edit]

Year Winner Party
1957 P. R. Francis Indian National Congress
1960 P. R. Francis Indian National Congress
1967 A.V. Aryan Communist Party of India (marxist)
1970 P. R. Francis Indian National Congress
1977 P. R. Francis Indian National Congress
1980 Raghavan Pozhakadavil Indian National Congress
1982 Raghavan Pozhakadavil Indian National Congress
1987 A.M. Paraman Communist Party of India ()
1991 P.P. George Indian National Congress
1996 C.N. Jayadevan Communist Party of India ()
2001 P.P. George Indian National Congress
2006 Rajaji Mathew Thomas Communist Party of India
2011 M.P Vincent Indian National Congress

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MLA files plea on rice scheme". The Hindu. Retrieved 2011-09-22. 
  2. ^ "LDF hopes rice scheme will work in its favour in Ollur". Thje Hindu. Retrieved 2011-09-22. 
  3. ^ "Rice politics in Ollur". Madhyamam. Retrieved 2011-10-12. 
  4. ^ "Ollur, Central Kerala's Garden". Madhyamam. Retrieved 2011-07-11.