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Quaid-e-Millath
Muhammad Ismail (1896–1972) was an Indian politician belonging to the Indian Union Muslim League. He was a member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, and a member of the Indian Parliament - both Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha. He was also a member of the Indian Constituent Assembly which framed the Indian Constitution. He is popularly known in his native states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala by the title "Quaid-e-Millat" (Leader of the Nation).
Early life : Muhammad Ismail was born in Pettai, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu on 5 June 1896 to Moulvi K. T. Miakhan Rowther. He obtained his education from CMS College and MDT Hindu College at Tirunelveli and later at St. Joseph's College, Trichy and Madras Christian College. He married Jamal Hameeda Bi in November 1923. He became a business man and was involved in various commerce committees throughout his political career
Political career : Muhammad Ismail started the Young Muslim Society in Tirunelveli Petai in 1909. He was instrumental in establishing Majlis-ul-Ulama (Council of Islamic Scholars) in 1918. He became a member of the Muslim league rose through its ranks. In 1945, he became the president of the Madras Presidency unit of the Muslim league. He led the Madras State Muslim League in the 1946 Assembly elections, when the league won 28 seats (all the seats reserved for Muslims in the Presidency). The league emerged as the second largest party in the assembly after the Indian National Congress. Ismail became the leader of the opposition in the Legislative Assembly during 1946-52. When the provincial assemblies elected members to serve in the Indian Constituent Assembly which also doubled as the first Parliament of independent India, Ismail was elected to the Constituent Assembly from Madras Presidency
Pocker Sahib Bahadur
Pocker Sahib Bahadur (1890-1965) was an Indian lawyer and politician
Early life : He graduated from Madras Law college in 1915 and became an advocate in Madras High Court in 1917. Pocker Sahib was the fifth University graduate and Second Advocate among Malabar Muslims.
career : He entered national politics in 1919 with a memorandum to Lord Montagu arguing for special Muslim constituencies. As the frontman of the Khilafat Movement, he led the relief activities for Mappilas people, who were affected by the Mappila Riot in 1921. He formed the "Mappila Amelioration Committee", which collected and distributed more than two lakh of rupees among the Mappilas despite threats and prohibitions by the British government. He founded the "South India Muslim Education Society" and "Kerala Muslim Education Association", which are the foundation of Educational reforms of Malabar Muslims. He served as parliament party secretary of the United Nationalist Party in the Madras Assembly from 1930 to 1936. He later joined the All India Muslim League and ran in the Kurumbranad-Kozhikkode constituency. Though he lost the election to the candidate supported by Syed Abdul Rahiman Bafaqui Thangal, the election campaign led by K.M. Seethi Saheb strengthened the Muslim League in Malabar. Eventually, Bafaqui Thangal also joined, which spread the acceptance of Muslim League among Mappilas. In 1946, he was elected to Constituent Assembly of India where he worked to ensure minority rights in Constitution of India. He was elected to the Lok Sabha in 1952 and 1957 representing the Malappuram and Majery, respectively. His effort won Indian Muslims exemptions from the Special Marriage Act of 1954. He served as a National Executive Member of the Indian Union Muslim League and Vice President of Kerala State Committee. He died on 29 July 1965.
Bafaqi Thangal
Sayed Abdul Rehman Bafakhy Thangal (popularly known as Bafakhy Thangal ( 19 February 1906 - 19 January 1973 ) was born at Koyilandy (now in Kozhikode District) Puthiya Maliyekkal house as the son of Sayed Abdul Qadir Bafakhy Thangal and Fathima Mulla Beevi on 19 February 1906. Abdul Qadir Bafakhy was a trader who exchanged goods between different countries. Abdul Qadir had six sons and three daughters. Bafakhy Thangal was the one of the founder leaders of Indian Union Muslim League and the Leader of Samastha Kerala Jam'iyyathul Ulama
Seethi Sahib
Seethi Sahib, Saheb Bahadur, usually referred to as Seethi Saheb (1898 − 17 April 1961), was a Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly and a social reform leader of the Mappilas of Kerala, India. His role in the uplifting of the Mappila community in post-Independent India was so significant that he is sometimes referred to as the "Chief Architect of the Mappila revival" in Kerala. He was also sometimes referred to as "Seethi Sahib Bahadur", the suffix being an honorary title conferred upon by the British in pre-Independent India
Early life : Seethi was born in 1899 as the son of Haji Seethi Mohammed and A.K. Fatima Beevi in an affluent family in Azhikode near Kodungaloor in Thrissur District. He did his schooling at Kodungaloor High School and completed the Intermediate Course from Ernakulam Maharajas College in 1917, topping his batch. He pursued his further education to attain the B.A. and B.L. degrees. After graduating in law, he enrolled as an Advocate in Madras High Court in 1927. He went on to become a successful lawyer, practising at Ernakulam and Tellicherry.[3]
Political career : After the State of Kerala was formed, he won the 1960 elections to represent the Kuttippuram Constituency.[3] He was elected as the Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly on 22 February 1960 in the Pattom Thanupillai ministry. One years later, on 17 April 1961 while in office as the Speaker, he died, making him the first Speaker to die in office, followed by G. Karthikeyan in 2015
C. H. Mohammed Koya
C.H. Mohammed Koya (15 July 1927 – 28 September 1983) was an Indian politician who served as the tenth Chief Minister of Kerala from 12 October to 1 December 1979. He was the leader of the Indian Union Muslim League.
Career : He experienced his first taste of politics right from his high school. He was actively involved with the IUML. In his early years, he served a short term in the Kurumpranad District Muslim League committee and later in the Municipal Office in Calicut. In 1951, he was elected to the National Executive of the IUML and shortly afterwards, was elected the Councilor of Calicut Municipality. C.H.Mohammed Koya defeated K.P.Kuttikrishnan Nair (Kuttiettan – as he was popularly known) of the Indian National Congress. The latter had earlier defeated two of the most popular politicians in Kerala, E.M.S. Namboodiripad and Seethi Sahib earning him the nickname the Giant-Killer from Jawaharlal Nehru. Kuttiettan and his best friend C.K.Govindan Nair (CKG) were the Congress leaders who had even outrightly rejected Nehru's mandates regarding candidature in Kerala, openly holding that as the State Congress Committee leaders, they knew whom to field and they do not need advice from the AICC (the High Command)
Sait Sahib
Gulam Mohammed Mahmood Banathwala (15 August 1933 – 25 June 2008) was the spokesman and the voice of Indian Muslims in Indian Parliament and a leader of Indian Union Muslim League(IUML).
Profession and Politics : He was a college lecturer early in his life. Then he gave up his profession and came to politics and became an active politician. He was elected to Lok Sabha seven times from the Ponnani constituency of Kerala. He made the record of more time elected Member of Parliament, from Kerala same as Mr. Ibrahim Sulaiman Sait. He entered politics with his great speech both in Urdu and English. He was known as an Educationist. In 1960, he became the General Secretary of Muslim League of Mumbai. In 1962, he was a candidate to the Legislative Assembly from the Umarkhadi Constituency of Maharashtra, but he was defeated just for 400 votes. But in 1967, he won from the same constituency and became the first member of Muslim League in the Maharashtra Assembly.In 1972, he repeated his victory to the Legislative Assembly. In the same period, he was a corporation Councillor in Mumbai Corporation. In 1977, 1980, 1984, 1989, 1996, 1998 and 1999 he was elected from the Ponnani Constituency of Kerala. In 1986, he brought a private bill and which made an Act of the Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Divorce Act, by the Rajiv Gandhi Government. Later, he became the State President of Muslim League of Maharashtra. In 1973, he became the General Secretary of Indian Union Muslim League together with C.H. Mohammed Koya. Banathwala became the President of Indian Union Muslim League in 1993. Banathwala was a member of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat, Cutchi Meman Jama'ath,Cutchi Memon students Circle Muslim Personal Law Board, Aligarh Muslim University Court, etc.
Banathwala
Gulam Mohammed Mahmood Banathwala (15 August 1933 – 25 June 2008) was the spokesman and the voice of Indian Muslims in Indian Parliament and a leader of Indian Union Muslim League(IUML).
Profession and Politics : He was a college lecturer early in his life. Then he gave up his profession and came to politics and became an active politician. He was elected to Lok Sabha seven times from the Ponnani constituency of Kerala. He made the record of more time elected Member of Parliament, from Kerala same as Mr. Ibrahim Sulaiman Sait. He entered politics with his great speech both in Urdu and English. He was known as an Educationist. In 1960, he became the General Secretary of Muslim League of Mumbai. In 1962, he was a candidate to the Legislative Assembly from the Umarkhadi Constituency of Maharashtra, but he was defeated just for 400 votes. But in 1967, he won from the same constituency and became the first member of Muslim League in the Maharashtra Assembly.In 1972, he repeated his victory to the Legislative Assembly. In the same period, he was a corporation Councillor in Mumbai Corporation. In 1977, 1980, 1984, 1989, 1996, 1998 and 1999 he was elected from the Ponnani Constituency of Kerala. In 1986, he brought a private bill and which made an Act of the Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Divorce Act, by the Rajiv Gandhi Government. Later, he became the State President of Muslim League of Maharashtra. In 1973, he became the General Secretary of Indian Union Muslim League together with C.H. Mohammed Koya. Banathwala became the President of Indian Union Muslim League in 1993. Banathwala was a member of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat, Cutchi Meman Jama'ath,Cutchi Memon students Circle Muslim Personal Law Board, Aligarh Muslim University Court, etc.
Panakkad Shihab Thangal
Panakkad Syed Mohammedali Shihab Ba-Alawi Al-Hussainy Pookoya Thangal (4 May 1936 – 1 August 2009) was a Muslim religious leader and politician from Kerala, and one of the most famous Islamic scholars from the Indian state of Kerala. He was the President of the Kerala state committee of the Indian Union Muslim League. Shihab Thangal was a member of the Thangal family
Early life : Shihab Thangal was born as the eldest son of Panakkad Syed Ahmed Pookoya Thangal, who was a renowned Islamic leader and spiritual icon of Kerala. He had his primary education at the M.M. High School, Kozhikode. He continued his religious education at Thalakkadathur and Kananchery Dars under Ponmala Moideen Musliar. In 1958, he left for Egypt for further studies and obtained his master's degree in Arabic literature from Al Azhar University in 1961. He continued his studies in Cairo University and pursued a Doctorate in Arabic Literature in 1966.After spending about eight years in Egypt he returned home in 1966. In 1967, Thangal married Sayyida Fathima Beevi, daughter of Syed Abdur Rahman Bafaqui Thangal, one of the founder leaders of the Muslim League. After her death in 2006, he married Aysha Beevi. Thangal had two sons: Syed Basheerali Shihab Thangal and Sayyid Munavvar Ali Shihab Thangal and had four younger brothers: Sayed Umerali Shihab Thangal, Sayed Hyderali Shihab Thangal, Syed Sadiqali Shihab Thangal and Sayyid Abbas Ali Shihab Thangal .
Career : Shihab Thangal was appointed as the president of the Kerala state committee of Indian Union Muslim League subsequent to his father's death in 1975. Shihab Thangal remained President until his death in 2009. He was a very influential leader of the Muslim community in Kerala and was Qazi to hundreds of mahals in Kerala. He had a close clasp with Kerala's prominent Islamic Organisation Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulama. He was the president of a numerous Islamic institutions like Darul Huda Islamic University, Jamia Nooriya Arabiya, Jamia Darussalam Al Islamiya, Nandi which are managed by Samastha. He is one of the founding members of MEA Engineering College and Markazu Tharbiyathil Islamiyya, Valancheri. He was behind the proposal to start another campus of Aligarh Muslim University in Kerala
E. Ahamed
Shri E. Ahamed (29 April 1938 – 1 February 2017) was an Indian politician who served as Minister of State for External Affairs in the Manmohan Singh government (2004–14). He represented the Malappuram Lok Sabha constituency of Kerala and was the National President of the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML). On 31 January 2017, he suffered a cardiac arrest during the President’s address to the joint sitting of Parliament. He was admitted critically in ICU in RML Hospital at Capital. On 1 February 2017, the hospital officially announced his death at 2.15 am
Biography : Edappakath Ahamed was born on 29 April 1938 in a merchant family in Kannur, as the son of Abdul Khader Haji and Edappakath Nafeesa. After completing his studies, he graduated from Government Brennen College, Thalassery, Kerala and later obtained a law degree from the Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He was elected to the Kerala Legislative Assembly in 1967, 1977, 1980, 1982 and 1987. From 1982 to 1987, he served as Cabinet Minister for Industries, Government of Kerala. From 1971 to 1977, Ahamed was the Founding Chairman of the Kerala State Rural Development Board. From 1979 to 1980 he was the Executive Chairman of the Kerala State Small Scale Industries Development Corporation. From 1981 to 1983 he was the Chairman of the Municipal Council in Kannur, Kerala. Ahamed was the National President of the Indian Union Muslim League from 2008 till his death in 2017. During his tenure in the Parliament, he has been a member of several parliamentary committees including External Affairs, Railways, Civil Aviation and Tourism, Public Undertakings, Science and Technology, Environment and Forests. Ahamed was also the Chairman of the Government Assurance Committee. Nominated by the Government of India as Co-Chairman for the High Level Monitoring Mechanism (HLMM) between India and Qatar in November 2011. Ahamed widely travelled and has represented India in the United Nations 10 times between 1991 and 2014. In 1984, he was sent to GCC countries as an Emissary of the then Prime Minister late Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Ahamed has performed Hajj seven times - five times as Member of Government of India Haj Goodwill Delegation. He has also authored 4 books in English and Malayalam.
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AIKMCC ( All India Kerala Muslim Cultural Center) is an organisation formed by the Keralites who are doing service outside Kerala in rest of India by following the ideologies of former Indian constitutional assembly member late Qaede Millath Muhammed Ismail saheb.

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