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Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi
PresidentA. V. Thamarakshan[1]
General SecretaryA. N. Rajan Babu[2]
FounderK. R. Gouri Amma
Founded20 March 1994 (30 years ago) (1994-03-20)
Split fromCommunist Party of India (Marxist)
HeadquartersKerala State Committee Office, Iron Bridge P.O., Alleppey-688011, Kerala
Marxism[citation needed]
National affiliationUDF(1994-2013, 2021-Present)
Election symbol

Janadhipathya Samrakshana Samithi ( translation: Association for Defence of Democracy) is a political party in the Indian state of Kerala. The party was formed in 1994 when the CPI(M) leader K.R. Gowri Amma was expelled from Communist Party of India (Marxist).[4]

JSS Sathjith group is allianced with United Democratic Front in Kerala led by Indian National congress. JSS won four seats in the 2001 Legislative Assembly election in Kerala (the party had launched candidates in five constituencies). K.R. Gowri Amma, elected from the Aroor constituency, was the Minister for Agriculture in the A.K. Antony state government.

Special Notes

1. One of their prominent state leader from the beginning of the party, Adv. Sathjith,s faction make outside alliance with LDF after discussions with state leaders of LDF on 2016 march.

2. The Rajan Babu faction of the JSS Joined the NDA on 11 March 2016.This was Announced by Rajan Babu. After Discussions with BJP State President Kummanam Rajasekharan and BDJS Leader Vellappally Natesan at Kayamkulam. And he left NDA in 2019 and merge with JSS (Gowri amma)


  1. ^ "പ്രഫ. എ.വി. താമരാക്ഷന്‍ ജെ.എസ്.എസ് സംസ്ഥാന പ്രസിഡൻറ് | Madhyamam". 14 September 2021.
  2. ^ "Gouri removed as JSS general secretary". The Hindu. 31 January 2021.
  3. ^ "'ജെഎസ്എസ് ഇടതുമുന്നണി വിട്ടു'; കടുത്ത അവഗണന നേരിട്ടെന്ന് രാജൻ ബാബു".
  4. ^ Radhakrishnan, S. Anil (11 May 2021). "Veteran Communist leader K R. Gouri Amma no more". The Hindu – via
JSS mural in Alappuzha