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AD 1977: The events in Kerala History

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AD 1977: The number of Assembly seats in Kerala increased from 133 to 140.

AD 1977: The famous painter, KPS Panicker died in January 15. He built the Artist village in Chennai Chola Mandalam.

AD 1977: Election in both Lok Sabha and Legislative Council in March 19. K Karunakaran became the chief minister in March 25. But he resigned the post in April 25 due to adverse judgment in Rajan Case. It is also the least ruled Cabinet in Kerala History. AK Antony became chief of Kerala.

AD 1977: AK Gopalan (AKG) died. He led the first opposition party in Lok Sakha of Kerala. He is known as the “Leader of Poor People”.

AD 1977: Morarji Desai inaugurated the Navel Study Centre in Vizhinjam in September 24.

AD 1977: Death of Joseph Mundassery in October 25. He is the first Education Minister of Kerala and also served in the position of literary critic, teacher and Novelist. Kozinga Elagal is his Biography.

AD 1977: He is the first kerala women to receive the KC Elamma Arjuna Award.

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