New Delhi: Former Well being Minister of Kerala MP Govindan Nair handed away in Kottayam on Wednesday morning. He was 96-years-old.
In keeping with report by information company PTI, Nair died of age-related illnesses at his residence in Kottayam, the household sources mentioned.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan provided his condolences on the demise of Govindan Nair, who was the Well being Minister of the southern state through the Congress rule within the state from the yr 1962 to 1964.
Notably, previous to retiring from lively political life, Nair was a Member of Parliament and the President of the Travancore Devaswom Board.
Govindan Nair acted because the Kottayam DCC president, member of KPCC, AICC, NSS and chief of a charitable organisation. MP Govindan Nair married Sarada Devi, the daughter of Godavarma Raja of Poonjar palace. He’s survived by his daughter Sudha.
His final rites can be held on Thursday, in line with the household sources.
Born on April 27, 1926 in Paranpuzha Puthenpura close to Kottayam to N Parameswaran Pillai and Kunjukuttayamma, Nair, after finishing his education, did his Intermediate at CMS School in Kottayam, and BA in Economics with a first-class diploma. He then handed BL from Regulation School, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. In November 1950, he grew to become a lawyer in Kottayam Bar. On the very younger age of 24, Nair grew to become the president of Vijayapuram Panchayat.