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Political Career

Adv. VS. Joy, a prominent figure in the Indian National Congress party, currently holds the position of District Congress Committee (DCC) President in Malappuram.

As the youngest District Congress Committee (DCC) President in India, VS Joy has likely demonstrated remarkable leadership qualities and organizational skills. Additionally, being described as a great orator suggests that he possesses the ability to effectively communicate ideas and mobilize support for causes.

Joy was born on November 23rd in Nilambur, a village in Kerala, to VA Savior and Mariama Savior. He pursued his education at Calicut Law College, where he completed a BA LLB course, subsequently establishing himself as a lawyer. Alongside his legal profession, Joy is actively involved in politics and social work, contributing to various community initiatives.

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  • DCC President Malappuram
  • Former KPCC General Secretary
  • Former KSU State President

Achievements & Awards

Currently serving as the District Congress Committee President for Malappuram.

Served as a General Secretary for the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee.

Played a significant role as the convener of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee's State campaign committee during the Lok Sabha Election.

Ran as a candidate in the Assembly Election in Malampuzha against former Chief Minister V. S. Achuthanandan.

Became a member of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee.

Held the position of State General Secretary in the Kerala Students Union.

Served as the Vice President of the Malappuram District branch of the Kerala Students Union.

Held the position of General Secretary in the Malappuram District branch of the Kerala Students Union.

Led the Kerala Students Union as the Unit President in Government Law College Calicut.


Major Achievements as KSU State President

  • Reclaimed five University Unions, including the University of Calicut.
  • Organized two state conferences at Kollam and Kottayam.
  • Regained the student Senate and Syndicate of the University of Kerala after decades.
  • Led a statewide march from Kasaragod to Trivandrum advocating for a 'Drugfree-Nonviolent-Secular Campus'.
  • Led the student protest against Nehru College Palakkad following the suicide of Jishnu Pranoy, highlighting management atrocities.
  • Organized two study camps at Charalkkunnu and Trivandrum.
  • Led a successful strike against the fascist policies of college managements following the Law Academy incident.
  • Organized intense agitations against the capitation fee imposed by self-financing managements.