Jose K. Mani

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Jose K. Mani
Jose K. Mani, MP.jpg
Member of Indian Parliament
Assumed office
Constituency Kottayam
Personal details
Born 29 May 1965 (1965-05-29) (age 52)
Nationality Indian
Political party Kerala Congress (M)
Spouse(s) Nisha Jose
Children 3
Residence Pala, Kottayam

'Jose K Mani 'Age(51) is an Indian Politician and a Member of Parliament in the 16th Lok Sabha of India. He represents the Kottayam constituency of Kerala and is a member of the Kerala Congress (Mani) party. He is the son of K. M. Mani.[1]


He unsuccessfully contested in the parliament election in 2004.[2] He lost to P C Thomas in Muvattupuzha constituency. In 2007, he was elected general secretary of the Kerala Congress.[1] He won the 2009 Lok Sabha election from the Kottayam constituency, by a margin of more than 70000 votes over Suresh Kurup of Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)). He was again elected from Kottayam in 2014 with a winning margin of 120,599 over Mathew T. Thomas of JD(S). Jose is a Member of the Lok Sabha Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture. He is the Chairman of Centre for Reform and Research- a youth empowerment society. He is also the President of Vikasana Sena, a youth association associated with Prateeksha Rotary Centre for Mentally Challenged Children.

Personal life[edit]

Jose K. Mani was born to politician K. M. Mani and Kuttiyama on May 29, 1965 at Pala, Kerala. Jose did his schooling at Montfort School, Yercaud. He attended Loyola College, Chennai for his undergraduate degree and then graduated with a M.B.A from PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. He got married to Nisha Jose in 1994. They have 3 children.

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Preceded by
K. Suresh Kurup
Member of Parliament from Kottayam
2009 – present