K. M. Mani, Indian politician, Died at 86

Veteran Indian politician Karingozhakkal Mani Mani was born on January 30, 1933 and died on April 9, 2019.

He was largely known as “Mani sir”.

Mani served as the leader of Kerala Congress (M).

The party was born in Central Travancore or Central South Kerala region focusing on the interest of Kerala state’s Christian farmers.

Mani holds the records of having displayed the greatest number of spending plans (thirteen) in the Kerala Legislative Assembly as Finance Minister and furthermore as the longest-serving individual from Kerala Assembly.

Mani holds the refinement of being the longest-serving clergyman in the Government of Kerala and having consistently spoken to Pala authoritative voting demographic since its commencement in 1964.

Mani’s drive of Karunya Lottery Benevolent Scheme claims money related help of Rs. 1400 crores for almost one lakh fifty thousand poor patients.

Mani presented annuity for ranchers and widows in Kerala.

Mani’s Theory of the Toiling Class was introduced in the British Parliament.

In light of Kerala High court’s remarks on Mani’s contribution in Kerala BAR permit trick and pay off case, he needed to leave from the post of Finance clergyman of Kerala on 10 November 2015.

K. M. Mani died in Lakeshore Hospital Kochi due to Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease.

He passed away at 86 years old.