On Thursday, for the second consecutive time, former chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan took
oath as the chief minister of Kerala. The oath in the swearing-in ceremony was administered
by the Governor Arif Mohammad Khan. There were only 500 members allowed to attend the
ceremony by the High Court.
76 year old, Pinarayi Vijayan started to support the Communist Party of India Marxist as a
youth leader while studying at Government Brennen College.
He joined the party in 1964 and became Kannur district secretary of Kerala Students'
Federation (KSF), later on the name was changed to Students Federation of India (SFI).
During the Emergency period in 1975, he went to jail. Later on, he was elected to the
committee in 2002.
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