Easwara Iyer

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Easwara Iyer
Member of parliament, Lok Sabha for Trivandrum
In office
1957–1962
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
Preceded by None
Personal details
Nationality Indian
Political party Independent
Profession Politician
Religion Hindu

Easwara Iyer was an Indian politician who served as the Member of parliament, Lok Sabha for Trivandrum from 1957 to 1962. He was the first MP from Trivandrum since the formation of Kerala and was elected as an independent beating his closest rival A. Thanu Pillai of the Praja Socialist Party by a margin of 10,944 votes.[1]

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