Born on October 31, 1943, in Kottayam, Kerala, Oommen Chandy is a two-time previous Prime Minister of Kerala and an Indian politician. He is the son of Baby Chandy and K.O. Chandy. He got an education at St George in Puthupally. He completed his graduation from CMS in Kottayam and SB College in Changanassery. He got married to Mariamma Oommen. Later, he studied law at the Ernakulam's Law College and took his bachelor’s degree. While in school, he filled in as the President of Kerala Students' Union and was chosen President of the State Youth Congress in 1970. This was a start of his career as a politician.
Later, he turned into the Kottayam locale secretary of KSU in 1962-63. Amid this time, A.K Antony was KSU's state general secretary. The close bond developed between Oommen Chandy and A.K Antony. These two people wind up becoming two foremost people in future of Kerala. Oommen Chandy turned into the KSU's state leader when Antony resigned in 1967. At that point, Chandy progressed toward becoming Youth Congress state president by taking after A.K Antony. Oommen Chandy comes for the first time in Kerala assembly by overcoming M.George, the LDF representative in Puthuppally.
He progressed toward becoming Minister for Labor in 1977. From December of 1981 to March of 1982, he was defense minister in the Ministry of Karunakaran. Oommen turned into the key individual of Antony party and left the group alongside A.K Antony. After the reunion, he focused more on the group and avoided ministry. He progressed toward becoming UDF convener amid this time and when Vayalar Ravi resigned from the post of minister, he quit from the post. He then turned into the finance minister in 1991. Because of the issues of M.A Kuttappan seat in Rajya Sabha, he left from service giving a substantial cautioning to K.Karunakaran.
In 2001, he again turned into the convener of UDF amid Antony ministry. Antony then left the post of the chief minister and interestingly Oommen Chandy became the Kerala's chief minister on 30 August of 2004. UDF lost assembly election in Kerala and he advanced toward becoming opposition leader in 2006. He turned into the Kerala's chief minister for again, when UDF won in Kerala assembly election of 2011. As Chief Minister, in an offered to uphold transparency of his office, he started the live streaming of his meeting chamber and office on 1 July of 2011. He has likewise begun a Whistle Blower Protection Policy, further to decrease corruption.
He began the High-Speed Rail Corridor from Mangalore to Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi Metro Rail extend. In 2012, he was given a spotless chit by the Anti-Corruption Bureau and the Vigilance researching the Palmolein Import Scam of 1991. Oommen Chandy surrendered as Chief Minister after the defeat of UDF in Assembly Elections on 20 May 2016. He became two time’s chief minister, ten times MLA and four times minister. His office got the United Nations Public Service Award of 2013, in the category of "Avoiding and Combating Corruption in the Public Service." from the Asia-Pacific area. The Under-Secretary-General displayed the honor for Economic and Social Affairs of UN, Mr. Wu Hongbo in Manama, Bahrain on 27 June of 2013.