Sindhu Joy is an Indian politician from the state of Kerala. She was the All India Vice-President of SFI, which is a prominent students' organisation in Kerala. Sindhu Joy is the only female State President of SFI in the history of Kerala. She was the President of SFI Kerala State committee for more than three years. Sindhu Joy has contested for the post of Member of the Legislative Assembly of Kerala state as a Left Democratic Front candidate against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy from the Puthupally Assembly constituency in Kottayam district in 2006. Sindhu Joy also contested for the post of Member of Parliament against Central Minister K. V. Thomas in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections from Ernakulam Constituency.

Sindhu was a full-time member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) from 1992 to 2011, until her resignation on 24 March 2011. After resigning from CPI(M), she joined Indian National Congress and became the Chairperson of Kerala State Youth Commission. Later she resigned from the post and is now taking a short break from politics. She participated in a popular Malayalam reality show Malayalee House(Malayalam version of Bigg Boss) and became one among the three finalists.


Is Post Graduate, with phd thesis submitted 2008.

Political Career

Contested in 1 election(s), the details of election track record are below.

Criminal Record

Has 11 crime accusations or convictions against them.

Personal Wealth

Current total assets are Rs.12,37,000.

Public Office Track Record

ElectionConstituencyPartyCriminal Cases AssetsLiabilitiesElection ExpensesResult
Lok Sabha 2009 Ernakulam CPM 11 12,37,000 Link 


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