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Born: March 10, 1970 (age 52 years), Ulliyeri, India
Spouse: Sheeba K (m. 1995)
Children: Harikrishnan K S, Gayathri Devi K S
Party: Bharatiya Janata Party
Education: Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College
Siblings: K. Gangadharan
Full Name K Surendran
Date of Birth 10 Mar 1970
Place of Birth Ulliyeri, Kozhikode
Party name Bharatiya Janta Party
Profession Social Work
Father’s Name Kunhiraman
Mother’s Name Kalyani
Spouse’s Name Sheeba K.
Spouse’s Profession House wife
Children 1 Son(s) 1 Daughter(s)
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K. Surendran is a seasoned politician from the state of Kerala. He is one of the six general secretaries of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the state. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, Kozhikode.
He started his political career through Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the student wing of Bharatiya Janata Party.
During the earlier years of his political career, he held various positions such as Director North Malabar District Co-operative Marketing Society, President, Desa Seva Samskarika Kendram, Founder Director Board member National Yuva co-operative Society and Advisory Board member Nehru Yuva Kendra.
K. Surendran is an Indian politician from Kozhikode in the state of Kerala. He currently serves as the 11th President of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the state.
K. Surendran was born to Kunjiraman and Kalyani Amma on 10 March 1970 in Ulliyeri, Kozhikode district in Kerala, India. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Zamorin’s Guruvayurappan College, Kozhikode.
He started his political career through Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, the student wing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
During the earlier years of his political career he held various positions such as Director North Malabar District Co-operative Marketing Society, President, Desa Seva Samskarika Kendram, Founder Director Board member National Yuva co operative Society and advisory board member Nehru Yuva Kendra.
He had moved to Kasaragod many years ago, and learnt Tulu and Kannada languages to better communicate with the local people. Surendran is married to Sheeba K. and the couple has two children.
As Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha state president K. Surendran led a march in October 2009 protesting unemployment and a ban on government hiring. Several people were injured when police forcibly prevented the marchers from entering the Secretariat of Kerala.
In the 2019 parliamentary contest in Kerala, Surendran was selected by the Bharatiya Janata Party as their candidate in the Pathanamthitta constituency. The constituency was won by Anto Antony of Indian National Congress.
Surendran came third behind INC and CPI(M).
Surendran was appointed the state president of Bharatiya Janata Party on February 15, 2020.
On 16 April 2009 K. Surendran was a Lok Sabha candidate for Kasaragod in the national elections.
In the 2011 state elections for the Manjeshwar constituency P. B. Abdul Razak of the Indian Union Muslim League won 37.46% of the votes and K. Surendran of the BJP came second with 33.8% of the votes. P. B. Abdul Razak was elected with a margin of 5,828 votes.
In February 2014 it was reported that senior BJP members in Kerala were opposed to the decision that K.Surendran should again be the BJP’s Lok Sabha candidate for the Kasaragod constituency.
His candidacy was apparently announced in Kasaragod by the former national president Venkaiah Naidu before being reviewed by the election committee, drawing criticism from Shobha Surendran of the national executive and from state president V. Muraleedharan.
In May 2016 Surendran was defeated by a small margin in an election for the Manjeshwar seat. He lost by 89 votes to P. B. Abdul Razak of the Indian Union Muslim League.
It was reported that Surendran had been handicapped by resistance to his mode of operation from older party leaders. In July 2016 Surendran asked the Kerala High Court to cancel the Manjeswaram election due to malpractices.
In 2019, he lost the Parliament election from Pathanamthitta constituency. Surendran came third behind the INC and CPI(M).
In 2021 Assembly elections K Surendran contested from 2 constituencies, Konni and Manjeswaram, where he lost in both constituencies.
In April 2013 Surendran spoke out against dropping the investigation by the Vigilance and Anti-corruption Bureau into the transfer of Kovalam Halcyon Castle and land from India Tourism Development Corporation, speaking of conspiracy and corruption behind the proposal.
In May 2017, Surendran posted on Facebook, an old graphic photo of slaughtered cows lying by the sidewalk of a market place in North India and connected it with the beef fests organised in Kerala, as a protest against central government’s ban on the sale of cattle for slaughter.
K. Surendran’s travel from his home in Kozhikode to Thiruvananthapuram during the COVID-19 pandemic, in which everyone was advised to not travel without any mandatory reasons, has triggered a controversy in Kerala.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation principal adviser E. Sreedharan as the party’s Chief Minister candidate for the Assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party State president K. Surendran backtracked on his statement.
He was involved in an alleged hawala case after the May 2021 assembly elections in Kerala and the top leadership of BJP appointed a three-member “independent” panel to submit reports on the distribution and use of election funds provided to the party in Kerala.
In November 2014 Surendran dismissed the Kiss of Love protest as “a mere transgender protest”. He said the media should have paid less attention, since the only aim of the protest was to create social chaos and confusion.
In October 2015 a photograph of K. Surendran eating a meal was published on Facebook, captioned “Kerala BJP leader eating beef”.
When the photo went viral, Surendran responded that it was only an onion curry, and said that in an election period he was strictly vegetarian. Later he said he had never eaten beef in his life.
He also said it was untrue that beef exports had risen by 15.4% in India during the first year of the BJP government led by Narendra Modi.
That month, Shobha Surendran, a member of the national executive, said the BJP did not oppose selling or eating beef in Kerala, but did object to beef festivals being organised in educational institutions.