Abdul Wahab Peevee

P. V. Abdul Wahab
PV Abdul Wahab MP Photo.jpg
Wahab in 2018
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
Assumed office
22 April 2015
Personal details
Born (1950-07-01) July 1, 1950 (age 72)
Political partyIndian Union Muslim League
Spouse(s)Yasmine Wahab
  • P. V. Alavikutty (father)
  • V. Fathima
Alma mater
  • M E S College, Mampad

P. V. Abdul Wahab (born 1 July 1950) is an Indian politician and social worker from Nilambur, Malappuram. He currently serves as a Member of Parliament from Kerala in the Rajya Sabha (the Council of States or the Upper House).[1][2] He is also a non-resident Indian businessman with activities in India and the Middle East.[3]

Wahab also serves as the Treasurer, Indian Union Muslim League and Leader, Indian Union Muslim League in Rajya Sabha. He has been elected as Member of Rajya Sabha from Kerala thrice (2004–10, 2015–21, and 2021 to the present).[2][1] He is currently a member of the Parliamentary Committee on External Affairs.[1]

Life and career[]

Wahab was born on 1 July 1950 to P. V. (Pulikkal Veettil) Alavikutty and Varikkodan Fathima at Nilambur in northern Kerala.[1] He was educated at Government Manavedan High School, Nilambur and M. E. S College, Mampad.

He is married to Yasmine from 1976 and the couple has four sons.[1] He was first elected to the Rajya Sabha in 2004.[1]

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Wahab has 'adopted' Karulayi village near his municipality, Nilambur, under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) project.[7]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y "P. V. Abdul Wahab". Rajyasabha.
  2. ^ a b "IUML names PV Abdul Wahab as its Rajya Sabha Candidate". Mathrubhumi. 4 April 2015.
  3. ^ a b c d e "N R I Businessman, Richest M P - aspirant in Kerala's Electoral History". N R I Internet. 13 March 2004.
  4. ^ a b c d "Executive Profile: P. V. Abdul Wahab". Bloomberg.
  5. ^ "Winners of the UNESCO International Literacy Prizes 2016". UNESCO. Retrieved 26 March 2019.
  6. ^ a b Naha, Abdul Latheef (3 September 2016). "JSS Malappuram Wins UNESCO Literacy Award". The Hindu.
  7. ^ Nijeesh, T. P. (28 December 2016). "Nedumkayam, First 'Digital' Tribal Colony in the Country". The Times of India.

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