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Hailing from Pathanamthitta, Beevi was born as the first of the eight children to Meerasahib-Khadeeja Beevi couple on April 30, 1927. She completed her graduation in chemistry from Government Women’s College, Thiruvananthapuram and thereafter LLB from Government Law College in the capital as a gold medallist.
She started practising as a lawyer at the Kollam district court in 1950 and was appointed as subordinate munsif in 1958. After serving in various positions in the subordinate judiciary, she was appointed as a high court judge in 1984 where she continued till 1989. Beevi was then appointed as a judge in the Supreme Court in 1989, a post which she held till 1992. Not just the first woman judge in the country who was appointed to the SC, she was also the first in Asia to reach such a post.
She was one among those selected for the first Kerala Prabha award instituted by the state government.
Governor Arif Mohammed Khan, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Tamil Nadu CM M K Stalin, opposition leader V D Satheesan, ministers and other political leaders condoled the death of Beevi. Her burial will be held at the Town Juma Masjid, Pathanamthitta on Friday.
When Beevi courted controversy
After her retirement as SC judge, Beevi was appointed as Tamil Nadu governor in 1997, a post from which she resigned in 2001.
The judge turned governor had a low profile stint at Raj Bhavan. The leaders of DMK, which was in power then, had on many occasions praised her. But her tenure was marred by controversies after AIADMK won the 2001 elections.
The first row she faced was over her invitation to late AIADMK leader J Jayalalithaa to form the government. Jayalalithaa was barred from contesting elections back then over the corruption cases she was facing. Despite objections from various quarters, Jayalalithaa was sworn in as chief minister, as a non-elected member of the assembly.
Later, when the Jayalalithaa government arrested Karunanidhi, Beevi had sent a report to the Centre backing the action.
Her move did not go down well with the BJP which was ruling the Centre. DMK was part of the BJP alliance at that time and Beevi was immediately recalled by the Centre.
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