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G. Ramakrishnan
G. Ramakrishnan is an Indian politician. He is a PolitBuro member ,Central Committee Member and the state secretary of Tamil Nadu State Committee of Communist Party of India (Marxist).

Early life and Education
His native of Villupuram district, is a member of the CPI(M) central committee and Tamil Nadu State Secretariat.

He is a lawyer by training, he joined the party in 1969, actively working for the Students Federation of India (SFI). He practiced for eight years as a lawyer in Cuddalore before becoming a full-time party member in 1981. He has been active in its various organizations including the DYFI and CITU.

He was elected to the member of State Secretariat in 1989 and to the member of Central Committee in 2008 at the all India Conference held at Coimbatore.”Leadership”. April 4–9, 2012. Retrieved November 12, 2013



Thirumavalavan or Thol. Thirumavalavan (born 17 August 1962), is Tamil activist, Member of Parliament in 15th Lok Sabha and the current President of the Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi l party in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. He rose to prominence in the 1990s as a Dalit leader, and entered politics in 1999. His political platform centres on ending the caste-based oppression of the Dalits, which he argues can best be achieved through reviving and reorienting Tamil nationalism. He has also expressed support for Tamil nationalist movements and groups elsewhere, including Sri Lanka.

He did his Bachelor’s course in chemistry, masters degree in Criminology and completed law at Madras Law College. He worked in the government’s Forensic Department as a scientific assistant, which he later resigned in 1999 to contest polls. He contested the 1999 and 2004 general elections unsuccessfully and won the 2009 general elections from the Chidambaram constituency. He won the 2001 state assembly elections in alliance with Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), a post he resigned in 2004 quoting ideological differences with DMK. He has written a few books and has acted in a few Tamil movies.

Thiruma, being the leader of a caste centred party, is often alleged to have instigated caste violence in Tamil Nadu. His confrontation with Vanniyar based caste Pattali Makkal Katchi and its leader Ramadoss has resulted in frequent clashes between Dalits and Vanniyars. Both parties accuse each other of instigating violence against the other community. Both Thiruma and Ramadoss reconciled and worked together during the period of 2004 to 2009, when they were part of the same electoral alliance.