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23. P. M. Sayeed

Padanatha Mohammed Sayeed

Born10 May 1941(1941-05-10)
Andrott Island, Lakshadweep
Died10 December 2005(2005-12-10) (aged 64)

Padanatha Mohammed Sayeed (May 10, 1941 - December 10, 2005) was a leader of the Indian National Congress party. He was a member of Lok Sabha for eight terms, representing Lakshadweep.

Father's Name    Late Shri A.B. Atta Koya Thangal

Date of Birth    10 May 1941

Place of Birth    Androth Island (Lakshadweep)

Marital Status    Married on 4 January 1967

Spouse's Name    Smt. A.B. Rahmath Sayeed

Children    One son and seven daughters

Educational Qualifications 

B.Com., LL.B.

Educated at Government Arts College, Mangalore (Karnataka)
        and Sidhartha College of Law, Bombay (Maharashtra)


Lawyer, Political and Social Worker

Positions Held    

1967 Elected to 4th Lok Sabha

1967-71 Member, Committee on Public Undertakings

1968-69 Member, Joint Committee on Contract Labour
(Regulation and Abolition), Bill, 1967

1969-70 General-Secretary, All India Youth Congress

1971 Re-elected to 5th Lok Sabha (2nd term)

1971-72 Member, Committee on Petitions

1971-74 Member, Joint Committee on Salaries and
Allowances of Members of Parliament

1972-73 Member, Joint Committee on Companies (Amendment)
Bill, 1972

1972-75 and Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Communications

1973 Member, Joint Committee on Constitution
(Thirty-Second Amendment) Bill, 1973 on Amendment
in Ninth Schedule of the Constitution

1973-74 Treasurer, Parliamentary Forum for Scheduled
Castes and Scheduled Tribes

1974-76 and Member, Committee on Government Assurances

1976-77 Member, Consultative Committee constituted under
Tamil Nadu State Legislature (Delegation of Powers)
Act, 1976

1977 Re-elected to 6th Lok Sabha (3rd term)

1979-80 Union Minister of State, Steel, Coal and Mines

1980 Re-elected to 7th Lok Sabha (4th term)

1980 Member, Lakshadweep Territorial Congress Committee

1984 Re-elected to 8th Lok Sabha (5th term)

1984-86 Member, Joint Committee on Shipping Agents
(Licensing), Bill

1985-86 and Member, Joint Committee on Offices of Profit

1984-88 Member, Committee on Estimates

1986 Member, All India Congress Committee (Indira)[A.I.C.C.(I)]

1989 Re-elected to 9th Lok Sabha (6th term)

1990-96 Member, Rules Committee

1991 Re-elected to 10th Lok Sabha (7th term)

1991-92 Member, General Purposes Committee

1991-92 and Member, Panel of Chairmen

1991-93 Member, Joint Committee on the Constitution
(Seventy-Second Amendment) Bill, 1991

Secretary, Congress Parliamentary Party (Indira)[C.P.P.(I)]

1991-95 Member, Committee on Official Language

1992-93 Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of
Surface Transport

1992-94 Member, Joint Parliamentary Committee to Enquire
into Irregularities in Securities and Banking Transactions

1993-95 Union Minister of State, Home Affairs

1995-96 Union Minister of State, Information and Broadcasting

1996 Re-elected to 11th Lok Sabha (8th term)

1996 Deputy Chief-Whip, Congress Parliamentary Party

1996-97 Member, Committee on Transport and Tourism

1998 Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (9th term)

17 Dec. 1998 Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha

Chairman, Committee on Provision of Computers to Members
of Parliament

Chairman, Committee on Private Members' Bills and

Chairman, Committee on Budget of Lok Sabha

Chairman, Library Committee

Member, General Purposes Committee

Member, Business Advisory Committee

Member, Committee on Home Affairs

Member, Committee on Transport and Tourism*

Literary, Artistic and Scientific Accomplishments 

Knows seven languages, viz. English, Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Kannada,
Tamil and Tulu

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P. M. Sayeed

The Speaker of Lok Sabha, Shri G.M.C. Balayogi taking a round of the ...

Early life

P.M. Sayeed was born in Andrott Island, Lakshadweep. He studied at Government Arts College, Mangalore and at Sidhartha College of Law, Mumbai .

 Political career

P.M. Sayeed was first elected to Lok Sabha in 1967 at the age of 26. He served as Union Minister of State, Steel, Coal and Mines in 1979-1980; Union Minister of State, Home Affairs 1993-1995; Union Minister of State, Information and Broadcasting 1995-1996; and Deputy Speaker, Lok Sabha 1998-2004. He was a member of the Congress Working Committee.
He won the Lok Sabha elections in 1967 and continued to win every election till 2004. Then he became a member of the Rajya Sabha representing the National Capital territory of Delhi. He was Union Power Minister when he died in Seoul on 18 December 2005.

His son Muhammed Hamdulla Sayeed, 26, a Law graduate from Indian Society College in Pune, was elected May 16, 2009 to the Lok Sabha. He defeated Dr P Pookunhikoya of NCP by 2198 votes to become the youngest member of the 15th Lok Sabha.

Source : Wikipedia

Social and Cultural Activities 

Associated with various social and cultural activities of
Lakshadweep; instrumental in conducting inter-state cultural
programmes, Lakshadweep festivals in various places and
promoting folk arts  Parichakkali, Kolkali and Lava dances, etc.

P M Sayeed - Congress leader and Union minister for Power, being presented bouquet by officials of his ministry, after assuming charge of his office in New Delhi, on May 25, 2004.

Special Interests    

Social Work, labour welfare, upliftment of the poor, the downtrodden and
the people belonging to minorities

Favourite Pastime and Recreation    

Reading, music, public service and computer network

Sports and Clubs    

Football, badminton and chess

Countries Visited    

Widely travelled (30 countries); Member, Indian Delegation to the
24th Session, UN General Assembly, 1969; and 36th Session, UN General
Assembly, 1982; Leader, Goodwill Delegation to erstwhile G.D.R.,
1970; Member (i) Indian Parliamentary Delegation to 59th I.P.U.
Conference, Paris, 1971; Lome (Togo), 1985;  Moscow (former U.S.S.R.),
1988; and to 100th I.P.U. Conference, Moscow, 1998 (ii) International
Solidarity Conference of World Peace Council, Basel, Switzerland, 1979;
(iii) Government of India Haj Delegation, 1988 and its Leader, 1993;
(iv) Indian Delegation to Non-aligned Youth Conference, Algiers; and
represented A.I.C.C. (I) to Baghdad on the occasion of Silver Jubilee
Celebrations of Arab Baath Socialist Party; Indian Delegation to SAARC
Speakers and Parliamentarians Conference, Pakistan and India-China
Friendship Society Delegation to China

Other Information    

Chairman, Advisory Board, Non-aligned Congress of Youth;
Member (i) Central Haj Committee, 1968-70; (ii) Central
Haj Advisory Board, 1970-71; (iii) National Welfare of
Seafares Board, 1974-77; (iv) Island Development
Authority, 1984-88; and (v) Court, Jamia Millia Islamia,
since 1990

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