[1/4, 10:24] Sekarreporter: Paul Hector Pandian (1945 – 2020) is an Indian politician of the Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Member of the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu from Tirunelveli district. He served as the Speaker of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from 1985 to 1989.[1][2] He served as Deputy Speaker and Speaker of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from 21 June 1980 to 5 February 1989. He was one of the only two candidates elected to the Tamil Nadu Legislature from the Janaki Ramachandran Faction of AIADMK in 1989, when he won the Cheranmahadevi seat. He was elected to the Lok Sabha from Tirunelveli Parliamentary constituency in 1999. He is the organising secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam which was led by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. P. H. Pandian Speaker of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly In office 27 February 1985 – 5 February 1989 Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha In office 1999–2004 Constituency Tirunelveli Member of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly In office 1977–1989 Succeeded by Paul Manoj Pandian Constituency Cheranmadevi Personal details Born 1945 Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India Died 04 January 2020 chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Children Paul Manoj Pandian (son) His son, Paul Manoj Pandian, was also elected an MLA for AIADMK in 2001 from Cheranmahadevi, the same constituency represented by P. H. Pandian in 1989. Pandian was one of the two senior AIADMK leaders who had not supported the ascension of Sasikala Natarajan within the party after the death of Jayalalithaa in December 2016. Pandian further spoke out against Sasikala’s chief ministerial candidacy in February 2017, asserting that she was unfit for the position. He also raised suspicions over Jayalalithaa’s death claiming that she had died under unnatural circumstances.[3][4] [1/4, 10:24] Sekarreporter: ..

[1/4, 10:24] Sekarreporter: Paul Hector Pandian (1945 – 2020) is an Indian politician of the Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and Member of the Legislative Assembly of Tamil Nadu from Tirunelveli district. He served as the Speaker of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from 1985 to 1989.[1][2] He served as Deputy Speaker and Speaker of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from 21 June 1980 to 5 February 1989. He was one of the only two candidates elected to the Tamil Nadu Legislature from the Janaki Ramachandran Faction of AIADMK in 1989, when he won the Cheranmahadevi seat. He was elected to the Lok Sabha from Tirunelveli Parliamentary constituency in 1999. He is the organising secretary of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam which was led by former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa.

P. H. Pandian
Speaker of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly
In office
27 February 1985 – 5 February 1989
Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
In office
1999–2004
Constituency
Tirunelveli
Member of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly
In office
1977–1989
Succeeded by
Paul Manoj Pandian
Constituency
Cheranmadevi
Personal details
Born
1945
Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, India
Died
04 January 2020
chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Children
Paul Manoj Pandian (son)
His son, Paul Manoj Pandian, was also elected an MLA for AIADMK in 2001 from Cheranmahadevi, the same constituency represented by P. H. Pandian in 1989.

Pandian was one of the two senior AIADMK leaders who had not supported the ascension of Sasikala Natarajan within the party after the death of Jayalalithaa in December 2016. Pandian further spoke out against Sasikala’s chief ministerial candidacy in February 2017, asserting that she was unfit for the position. He also raised suspicions over Jayalalithaa’s death claiming that she had died under unnatural circumstances.[3][4]
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