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List of ministers of the Alliance (cabinet) of the NDA and their appointments



Modi Ministri 2.0

* Including the prime minister

Following the decisive victory at Lok Sabha in 2019, Narendra Modi is drawing up his key team of ministers for his other innings as the prime minister of India. Know who has arrived to the Modi cabinet and who is responsible for the ministry, LIVING here at Nevs18.com.

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  • Narendra Modi

    BJP

  • Narendra Modi (UTTAR PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Prime Minister

    Narendra Modi takes the oath as prime minister today after being re-elected with a big margin, becoming the only third prime minister after Javaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi to return with an absolute majority after serving full-term mandates.

  • Rajnath Singh

    BJP

  • Rajnath Singh (UTTAR PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Veteran BJP Rajnath Singh, who served as interior minister in Narendra Modi's first term of office, is returning to the cabinet after he comfortably stayed in Lucknhof.

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  • Amit Shah

    BJP

  • Amit Shah (GUJARAT)

    cabinet

    BJP chief Amit Shah, considered the architect of the BJP's victory, joins Narendra Modi's cabinet after a record victory at Ahmedabad's headquarters in his debut election, Lok Sabha. Read more

  • Nitin Gadkari

    BJP

  • Nitin Gadkari (MAHARASHTRA)

    cabinet

    He is considered the most successful minister in the first government of Narendra Modi, the former minister for highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari is also part of the new cabinet. Read more

  • D In Sadananda Govda

    BJP

  • D In Sadananda Govda (KARNATAKA)

    cabinet

    Former Trade Union Secretary and Karnataka CM, DV Sadananda Govda secured their position in the second Narendra Modi-led NDA cabinet after they defeated Lok Sabhi from a highly-occupied Bangalore-North seat.

  • Nirmala Sitharaman

    BJP

  • Nirmala Sitharaman (ANDHRA PRADESH)

    cabinet

    The twin member of Raj Sabha, Nirmala Sitharaman was only the second woman to take up an important defense ministry after former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Read more

  • Ramvilas Pasvan

    LJP

  • Ramvilas Pasvan (BIHAR)

    cabinet

    Leader Lok Janshakti (LJP), Ram Vilas Pasvan, former Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, took oath as part of Narendra Modi's government. He did not take part in the 2019 elections and was sure to be in the seat of the Raji Sabha from the BJP before the poll.Pasvan has always managed to unite with the winning party and seize the ministerial position in most of the coalition governments, regardless of whether it was led by Congress or the BJP. Read more

  • Narendra Singh Tomar

    BJP

  • Narendra Singh Tomar (MADHIA PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Narendra Singh Tomar, who had a portfolio of rural development, parliamentary affairs, panchaiat paradise and mines, was reintroduced into the new Narendra Modi cabinet.

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  • Ravi Shankar Prasad

    BJP

  • Ravi Shankar Prasad (BIHAR)

    cabinet

    The veteran of the BJP, Ravi Shankar Prasad, held the cabinet portfolio in all the BJP governments, starting with Atal Bihari Vajpaiee, and everything is ready for another change in the new government.

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  • Harsimrat Kaur Badal

    USA

  • Harsimrat Kaur Badal (PUNJAB)

    cabinet

    Harsimrat Kaur, a former Minister of Food Industry and a deputy from Bathinde, is in the new cabinet. Read more

  • S Jaishankar

    BJP

  • S Jaishankar

    cabinet

    Former Foreign Minister Subrahmaniam Jaishankar swore an oath on Thursday as one of the ministers of a newly formed government. Jaishankar is considered Modi's man on Friday when it comes to foreign policy and strategic issues. He was in the posts of High Commissioner in Singapore and ambassadors in China and the United States of America. Read more

  • Arjun Munda

    BJP

  • Arjun Munda (JHARKHAND)

    cabinet

    Former Chief Minister Jharkhand, Arjun Munda received a thin margin from the reserved tribal town of Khunti, which was considered a lost case by the BJP.

  • Smriti Irani

    BJP

  • Smriti Irani (UTTAR PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Smriti Iranian will be rewarded with an important Cabinet portfolio after he withdrew the biggest upset in the election, defeating Congress President Rahul Gandhi in his family bastion, Amethy. Read more

  • Harsh Vardhan

    BJP

  • Harsh Vardhan (DELHI)

    cabinet

    Harsh Vardhan, who was launched on the polio eradication plan, was the Minister of Science and Technology in the first government of Modi and joined the new cabinet after a comprehensive victory from Delhi Chandni Chovka.

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  • Piiush Goial

    BJP

  • Piiush Goial (MAHARASHTRA)

    cabinet

    Pijus Goyal was assistant to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was the minister of railways in the first government of Modia, and received additional debt from the finance ministry after Arun Jaitlei became ill. Read more

  • Mukhtar Abbas Nakvi

    BJP

  • Mukhtar Abbas Nakvi (JHARKHAND)

    cabinet

    Sabha Mukhtar Abbas Nakvi, a member of the Rajhe Sabha, who had an independent mandate from the Ministry of Minority Issues in the Union since 2016, retains his position in the Modi team.

  • Prahlad Joshi

    BJP

  • Prahlad Joshi (MADHIA PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Prahlad Joshi, who was the state minister in the government of Atal Bihari Vajpaiee, is Lodh's face of the BJP and is considered to be the replacement of Ume Bharti in Modi's cabinet.

  • Mahendra Nath Pandey

    BJP

  • Mahendra Nath Pandey (UTTAR PRADESH)

    cabinet

    Mahendra Nath Pandei, head of the Uttar Pradesh unit of the BJP, was the state minister of human rights between 2016 and 2017 and rejoined the cabinet after a good party in his country despite a difficult challenge from the SP-BSP alliance.

  • Arvind Savant

    Shiv Sena

  • Arvind Savant (MAHARASHTRA)

    cabinet

    Arvind Savant, the 68-year-old deputy leader of Shiv Sene, is replaced by Anant Geeta, a lonely Shiv Sena minister in a previous government headed by Narendrom Modi, who lost the session Raigad Lok Sabha to the Lok Sabha election in 2019 elections.
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  • Gajendra Singh Shekhavat

    BJP

  • Gajendra Singh Shekhavat (RAJASTHAN)

    cabinet

    Former State Minister of Agriculture, Gajendra Singh Shekhavat, took oath as one of the ministers of the government in the new cabinet. The completely new Narendra Modi Cabinet will probably be the Shekhavat supervised by the same ministry that it held in 2014.

  • Santosh Kumar Gangvar

    BJP

  • Santosh Kumar Gangvar (UTTAR PRADESH)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Santosh Kumar Gangvar, who was the state minister with independent indebtedness in the Ministry of Labor and Employment, takes oaths at the Modi Cabinet. Gangvar is a member of parliament from Bareilli since 1989

  • Rao Inderjit Singh

    BJP

  • Rao Inderjit Singh (HARIANA)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Gurugram MP Rao Inderjit Singh swore an oath as minister in the new Cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

    Former shooter, Singh was Minister of State Planning, Statistics and Program Implementation; Defense and Chemicals and Fertilizers during the first term of the Modi government. Read more

  • Shripad Iesso Naik

    BJP

  • Shripad Iesso Naik (GOA)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Shripad Iesso Naik is a former state minister in the AIUSH Ministry, an initiative by the Modi government. He also gave some controversial remarks that resulted in a media focus on him. Read more

  • Jitendra Singh

    BJP

  • Jitendra Singh (JAMM AND KASHMIR)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Former MoS for the development of the North East Region and PMO, Dr Jitendra Singh has sworn in as the Minister of State (Independent Indebtedness).
    In the past five years, Singh has worked as a state minister (independently in charge) of the premier office and staff, public complaints and pensions, together with the head of the Atomic Energy Department and the Department of Spatial Planning. Prophet Udhampura was the main spokesman for Jammu and Kashmir for the party Bharatiya Janta.

  • Kiren Riiiju

    BJP

  • Kiren Riiiju (ARUNACHAL PRADESH)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Former Union Minister Kiren Ryby is sworn in as minister in the new Narendra Modi cabinet. In the last five years, Rijji was the state minister of the interior. 48-year-old Riyi was picked up by Arunachal Vesta for the second time in a row. Read more

  • Prahalad Singh Patel

    BJP

  • Prahalad Singh Patel (MADHIA PRADESH)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

  • Mansukh L Mandaviia

    BJP

  • Mansukh L Mandaviia (GUJARAT)

    State Minister (independent lawsuit)

    Mansukh Mandaviia is a member of the BJP in Rajya Sabha. Mandaviia, leader Patidara, who comes from Bhavnagar district in Gujarat, was appointed State Minister in the Ministry of Road Transport, Highways and Naval Transport in July 2016.

  • Faggansingh Kulaste

    BJP

  • Faggansingh Kulaste (MADHIA PRADESH)

    State Minister

    Fagan Singh Kulaste, senior leader of the Fatihan Singh Kulaste, sworn in as the state minister in the Narendra Modi administration, presents Mandla (Mandela Pradesh) Mandla (planned tribes) to the House of Peoples as a member of the Bharatiya Janata party.

  • In K Singh

    BJP

  • In K Singh (UTTAR PRADESH)

    State Minister

    General Quarter and former Union Minister VK Singh joined the Narendra Modi Team.

    Singh was formerly Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and served briefly as the Independent Indictee for the development of the northeastern region, which was later taken over by Jitendra Singh. Read more

  • Krishan Pal Gurjar

    BJP

  • Krishan Pal Gurjar (HARIANA)

    State Minister

    Krishan Pal Gurjar, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, will be part of the central government for the second term of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The 62-year-old was elected to parliament from the Faridabad constituency in Hariani, next to the capital, for the second time in local elections in 2019 in Lok Sabhi.

  • G Kishan Reddi

    BJP

  • G Kishan Reddi (TELANGANA)

    State Minister

    The newly elected BJP deputy from the Secunderabad election district G Kishan Reddi swore a ceremony as part of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's (independent charge). By introducing Kishan Reddy, the former president of the state party, to the Cabinet, the BJP wants to strengthen its position in Telangana. At Lok Sabha elections, the party functioned well by doubling its voice and winning four seats.

  • Parshottam Rupala

    BJP

  • Parshottam Rupala (GUJARAT)

    State Minister

    The former Union for Panchaiati Paradise, agriculture and farmers' welfare, Parshottam Rupala has sworn in the state minister in the new Cabinet of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rupala was also a member of the Rajya Sabha twice.

  • Ramdas Athavale

    BJP

  • Ramdas Athavale (MAHARASHTRA)

    State Minister

    The popular face of Dalit from Maharashtra and the head of the Republican Party of India (RPI), Ramdas Athavale, received another venture into the cabinet after being the minister of social justice and empowerment in the previous government, Narendra Modi. Read more

  • Sadhvi Niranjan Jioti

    BJP

  • Sadhvi Niranjan Jioti (UTTAR PRADESH)

    State Minister

    Sadhvi Niranjan Jioti, the outgoing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, re-sworn on Thursday as a state minister (independent indictment). Before testing her popularity as MP, she was MLA in Uttar Pradesh from 2012 to 2014, when she represented the Hamirpur constituency.

  • Babul Supriio

    BJP

  • Babul Supriio (VEST BENGAL)

    State Minister

    The Bolivian singer, who became a politician, regains his place for the cabinet after he defeated TMC Moon Moon Sen, while the BJP wanted to please the Bengals after he entered the state with Lok Sabha elections. Read more

  • Sanjeev Kumar Balian

    BJP

  • Sanjeev Kumar Balian (UTTAR PRADESH)

    State Minister

    Sanjeev Kumar Baljan, a former deputy, swore an oath as state minister in the Narendra Modi government today in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Balian, a 47-year-old, won the Muzaffarnagar parliamentary electoral district for the second time in a row.

  • Anurag Singh Thakur

    BJP

  • Anurag Singh Thakur (HIMACHAL PRADESH)

    State Minister

    Anurag Thakur, a triple MP from Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh, won the congressional Ram Lal Thakura with a margin of over 3.8 million votes. In 2016, Thakur became the first deputy of the BJP, who became a regular officer of the Territorial Army.

  • Angadi Suresh Channabasappa

    BJP

  • Angadi Suresh Channabasappa (KARNATAKA)

    State Minister

    Angadi Suresh Channabasappa is now a four-year-old from Belgaum, Karnataka. Defeated Virupakshi S. Sadhunnavar from the Congress with a record income of nearly 4 million votes. Channabasappa was an instrument for BJP to consolidate its party's presence in a region that was once considered a traditional Congress seat.

  • In Muraleedharan

    BJP

  • In Muraleedharan (KERALA)

    State Minister

    Vellamvelli Muraleedharan is the only member of the BJP from Kerala. He was born in a congressional family in Talaseri, a communist stronghold in Kannur district, and has now become important for BJP's expansion plans in Kerala.

  • Som Prakash

    BJP

  • Som Prakash (PUNJAB)

    State Minister

    One of the two successful BJP candidates in Punjab, Som Prakash is a deputy from Hoshiarpur (SC reserved), from where former MoS Vijay Sampla was successfully sent to the BJP in general surveys in 2014. He won his nearest rival, congressional Raj Kumar Chabbevall, for almost 94,000 votes.

  • Rameshvar Teli

    BJP

  • Rameshvar Teli (ASSAM)

    State Minister

    Rameshwar Teli won the second round in Dibrugarh electoral district of North Assam. He beat Paban Singh Ghataraar from the Congress with over 3.6 million votes. In 2014, he defeated a five-time parliamentary representative unlike more than 1.85 lakhs of votes.

  • Pratap Chandra Sarangi

    BJP

  • Pratap Chandra Sarangi (ODISHA)

    State Minister

    Pratap Chandra Sarangi, the newly-elected deputy of the BJP from Odys, today swore an oath as state minister at the oath ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Rashtrapati Bhavan.

  • Kailash Choudhari

    BJP

  • Kailash Choudhari (RAJASTHAN)

    State Minister

    BJP's Barmer candidate, former MLA Kailash Choudhari, fought against the chance even before he started the campaign. Many thought the Barmer competition was simply a transition to Congress Manvendro. Choudhari, the local Jata leader, eventually surprised many when he defeated his rival with a large margin of 3.23 lakh votes.

  • Debasree Chaudhari

    BJP

  • Debasree Chaudhari (VEST BENGAL)

    State Minister

    Debashree Chovdhuri won a stunning victory, defeating Raiganj's headquarters in West Bengal. Chovdhuri fought hard-core players such as CPI (M) MP Mohammad Salim, Trinhamool Kanhaiialal Agarwal and Deepa Dasmunsi Congress. Although many believed that this place was a direct battle between Salim and Dasmunsi, Chovdhuri emerged as a surprising winner in this seat, 53 percent of whom are Muslim voters.


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