Modi 2.0 Government | Narendra Modi Cabinet 2019 List

Modi 2.0 Government | Narendra Modi Cabinet 2019 List

In the cabinet of Modi Government 2.0, the departments have been divided between ministers. Amit Shah has been made Home Minister, then Rajnath Singh has been given the responsibility of the Ministry of Defense. Nirmala Sitharaman has been made finance minister.

NDA-2 government has been formed under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Distinguished personalities of the country and the world attended the swearing-in ceremony on Thursday. Several Cabinet Ministers along with PM Modi also attended around 8000 guests at the swearing-in ceremony held in the courtyard of Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday. On the next day of the formation of the government, the departments were split among ministers, according to which the first time Amit Shah, who joined the Modi government, has been given the responsibility of the Home Ministry of the country.

According to the sharing of works, Rajnath Singh, who took charge of the Home Ministry in the previous government, has been given the responsibility of the Ministry of Defense. Nirmala Sitharaman, who took charge of the Ministry of Defense in the NDA-1 government, has been given the responsibility of the Finance Ministry this time. They also have the charge of the corporate affairs ministry. Find what, see here:

Modi cabinet full list of members and their ministry

  1. Rajnath Singh – Uttar Pradesh – MOD
  2. Amit Shah (first) – Gujarat – Home Affairs
  3. Nitin Gadkari – Maharashtra – Road Transport and National Highways, MSME Minister
  4. Sadananda Gowda – Karnataka – ministry Off Chemical and Fertilizer
  5. Rajya Sabha member Nirmala Sitharaman – Tamilnadu – Finance Minister and Ministry of Corporate Affairs
  6. Ram Vilas Paswan – Bihar – Ministry of Consumer Affairs Food and Public Distribution
  7. Narendra Singh Tomar – Madhya Pradesh – Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare, Rural Development, Panchayati Raj
  8. Ravi Shankar Prasad – Bihar – Ministry of Law and Justice, Communications, Electronics and IT
  9. Harsimrat Kaur Badal – Punjab – Ministry of Food Processing Industries
  10. Rajya Sabha member Thawar Chand Gehlot – Madhya Pradesh – Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
  11. S. Jaishankar (first time) – Delhi – Foreign Ministry
  12. Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal (first time) – Uttarakhand – Human Resources Ministry
  13. Arjun Munda (for the first time) – Jharkhand – Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  14. Smriti Irani – Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Women and Child Development
  15. Dr. Harshvardhan – Delhi – Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
  16. Rajya Sabha Dasya Prakash Javadekar – Madhya Pradesh – Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change, Information and Broadcasting
  17. Rajya Sabha Member Piyush Goyal – Railway, Commerce and Industry
  18. Rajya Sabha Member Dharmendra Pradhan – Petroleum and Natural Gas, Steel
  19. Rajya Sabha Member Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi – Uttar Pradesh Minority Ministry
  20. Prahlad Joshi (for the first time) – Karnataka – Parliamentary Affairs, Ministry of Coal and Mines
  21. Mahendra Nath Pandey – Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Skills Development and
  22. Enterprises Arvind Sawant (for the first time) – Maharashtra – Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
  23. Giriraj Singh – Bihar – Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries
  24. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat – Rajasthan – Water Shakti Minister

Minister of State (independent charge)

  1. Santosh Kumar Gangwar – Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Labor and Empowerment
  2. Rao Inderjit Singh – Haryana – Ministry of Statistics and Program Implementation, Ministry of Planning
  3. Shripad Naik – Goa – Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy and Homeopathy (Ayush Mantri ), Minister of Defense
  4. Jitendra Singh – Jammu and Kashmir – ministry of Development au North Eastern Region, the Ministry of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Personnel Public Griwansesh and Pensions, Department of Atomic Energy and Space
  5. Kiran RIJIJU – Arunachal Pradesh – Youth and Sports Minister
  6. Prahlad Patel (first) – Madhya Pradesh – Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Tourism
  7. RK Singh – Bihar – Ministry of Power, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Skeel Development and Enterprises,
  8. Hardeep Singh Puri – Punjab – Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, Civil Aviation, Commerce and Industry,
  9. Mansukh Mandviya – Gujarat – Ministry of Shipping, Ministry Off Chemical and Fertilizers

Minister of State

  1. Faggan Singh Kulaste – Madhya Pradesh – Minister of Steel
  2. Ashwini Chaube – Bihar – Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
  3. Arjunram Meghwal – Rajasthan – Parliamentary Affairs, Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
  4. General VK Singh – Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Road Transport Highways
  5. Krishan Pal Singh Gujjar – Haryana – ministry of Social Justice and Mpov Meant
  6. Rao Sahib Danve – Maharashtra – Ministry of Kanjyumeers Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
  7. Minister Krishna Reddy (the first time) – Telngna – Ministry of Home Affairs
  8. Purushottam Rupala – Gujarat – Ministry of Agriklyr and Farmers Velfeers
  9. MP Ramdas Athavale – Maharashtra – Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
  10. Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti – Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Rural Development
  11. Sanjiv Bialyan Uttar Pradesh – Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries,
  12. Babul Suprio – West Bengal – Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
  13. Sanjay Shamrao (First time) – Maharashtra – Ministry of Human Rights Resources Development, Communication, Electronics and IT
  14. Anurag Thakur (First Time) – Himachal Pradesh – Min Istry of Finance and Corporate Affairs
  15. Suresh Angadi (first) – Karnataka – Ministry of Railways
  16. Nityananda opinion (first) – Bihar – Ministry of Home Affairs
  17. Ratanalal Kataria (the first time) – Haryana – Ministry of Social Justice and Mpovrment, waterpower
  18. RS V Muralitharan (first time) – Maharashtra – Ministry of External Affairs, Parliamentary Affairs
  19. Renuka Singh (for the first time) – Chhattisgarh – Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  20. Som Prakash (first time) – Punjab – Ministry of Commerce and Industry
  21. Rameshwar Teli (for the first time) – Assam – Ministry of Food Processing Industries
  22. Pratap Chand Sarangi – Odisha – MSME Ministry, Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries
  23. Kailash Chaudhary (for the first time) – Rajasthan – Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
  24. Debshree Chauraher (First time) – West Bengal – Ministry of Women and Child Development
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