Kacherimukku is a major junction town in Kizhakkoth panchayath of Kozhikode district, Kerala. It lies 2.5 kilometers south of Koduvally town. Adivaram – Thusharagiri – Kappad state highway 68 and Elettil – Arambram road intersect in Kacherimukku. Eventhough it is located in Kizhakkoth panchayath, Kacherimukku is considered as suburban of Koduvally municipality. It is an extended part of Koduvally town.

Kacherimukku junction provides easy access to neighboring towns like Elettil, Poonoor, Nenmanda, Narikkuni, Madavoor, Arambram and Kunnamangalam. Kacherimukku is easy route to Madavoor C.M Makham, a holy shrine of C.M Valiyullahi, for those who are traveling from Thamarassery, Wayanad and Mukkam regions.

Kacherimukku is a Muslim majority town. Socially, culturally and politically both Koduvally municipality and Kizhakkoth panchayath share common heritage. Both are Muslim majority areas and stronghold of Muslim League (IUML). Kacherimukku is traditionally a bastion of Muslim League. Muslim League faced severe crisis after resigning P.T.A Raheem (senior leader of Muslim League) from the party in early 2000s. He formed new party named Muslim League (R) and won many seats in local body elections in 2005. P.T.A Raheem defeated K. Muraleedharan (Senior Congress leader and son of K.Karunakaran) in 2006 Kerala assembly election. In 2011 P.T.A Raheem formed new party National Secular Conference (NSC) with support of CPI(M) and LDF.

Kizhakkoth village office which was established in 1920 is situated in Kacherimukku town. Kizhakkoth village is under Kozhikode taluk. It serves 18 wards and 5 desoms.

Kacherimukku is part of Koduvally assembly constituency and Kozhikode Loksabha constituency.

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