Second Modi ministry

Summary

The Second Ministry of Narendra Modi is the Council of Ministers headed by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi that was formed after the 2019 general election which was held in seven phases in 2019. The results of the election were announced on 23 May 2019 and this led to the formation of the 17th Lok Sabha. The swearing-in ceremony was arranged in the courtyards of Rashtrapati Bhavan at Raisina Hill. The heads of the states of BIMSTEC countries were invited as guests of honor for this ceremony.

Second Modi ministry
22nd Ministry of the Republic of India
Official portrait of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, November 2020 (cropped).jpg
Narendra Modi
Date formed30 May 2019
People and organisations
Head of stateRam Nath Kovind
Head of governmentNarendra Modi
No. of ministers78
Member parties National Democratic Alliance
Status in legislature Parliament of India
455 / 788 (58%)
Lok Sabha
335 / 543 (62%)
Rajya Sabha
122 / 245 (50%)
Opposition cabinetUPA Parliament of India
138 / 788 (18%)
Lok Sabha
91 / 543 (17%)
Rajya Sabha
47 / 245 (19%)
Parliament of India
183 / 788 (23%)
Lok Sabha
113 / 543 (21%)
Rajya Sabha
70 / 245 (29%)
History
Election(s)2019
Outgoing election2014
Legislature term(s)2 years, 360 days
PredecessorFirst Modi ministry

On 7 July 2021, the government went through a ministry expansion with several big names dropped and new faces sworn in. Many current ministers were also given promotion for their good work.[1]

Council of MinistersEdit

Cabinet MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Prime Minister
Minister of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Atomic Energy
Department of Space
NDMA Chairperson

Chairperson of NITI Aayog

All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any minister.
Narendra Modi30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of DefenceRajnath Singh30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Home AffairsAmit Shah30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of CooperationAmit Shah7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Road Transport and HighwaysNitin Gadkari30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Finance
Minister of Corporate Affairs
Nirmala Sitharaman30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Agriculture and Farmers WelfareNarendra Singh Tomar30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of External AffairsS. Jaishankar30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Tribal AffairsArjun Munda30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Women and Child DevelopmentSmriti Irani30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Commerce and IndustryPiyush Goyal30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public DistributionRam Vilas Paswan 30 May 20198 October 2020 LJP[2]
Piyush Goyal9 October 2020Incumbent BJP 
Minister of TextilesSmriti Irani30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Piyush Goyal7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of EducationRamesh Pokhriyal30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Dharmendra Pradhan7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Skill Development and EntrepreneurshipMahendra Nath Pandey30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Dharmendra Pradhan7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Minister of Coal
Minister of Mines
Pralhad Joshi30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Micro, Small and Medium EnterprisesNitin Gadkari30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Narayan Rane7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Ports, Shipping and WaterwaysMansukh L. Mandaviya30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Sarbananda Sonowal7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of AYUSHShripad Naik30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Sarbananda Sonowal7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Minority AffairsMukhtar Abbas Naqvi30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Social Justice and EmpowermentThawar Chand Gehlot30 May 20196 July 2021 BJP[3]
Virendra Kumar Khatik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Rural Development
Minister of Panchayati Raj
Narendra Singh Tomar30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Giriraj Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Civil AviationHardeep Singh Puri30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Jyotiraditya Scindia7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of SteelDharmendra Pradhan30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Ramchandra Prasad Singh7 July 2021Incumbent JD(U) 
Minister of RailwaysPiyush Goyal30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Ashwini Vaishnaw7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Communications
Minister of Electronics and Information Technology
Ravi Shankar Prasad30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Ashwini Vaishnaw7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Food Processing IndustriesHarsimrat Kaur Badal30 May 201917 September 2020 SAD 
Narendra Singh Tomar18 September 20207 July 2021 BJPAdditional Charge[4]
Pashupati Kumar Paras7 July 2021Incumbent LJP 
Minister of Jal ShaktiGajendra Singh Shekhawat30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Law and JusticeRavi Shankar Prasad30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Kiren Rijiju7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Power
Minister of New and Renewable Energy
Raj Kumar Singh30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Raj Kumar Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Petroleum and Natural GasDharmendra Pradhan30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Hardeep Singh Puri7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Housing and Urban AffairsHardeep Singh Puri30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Hardeep Singh Puri7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Health and Family WelfareHarsh Vardhan30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Mansukh L. Mandaviya7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Chemicals and FertilizersD. V. Sadananda Gowda30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Mansukh L. Mandaviya7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate ChangePrakash Javadekar30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Bhupender Yadav7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Labour and EmploymentSantosh Kumar Gangwar30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Bhupender Yadav7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Heavy Industries and Public EnterprisesArvind Sawant30 May 201911 November 2019 SHS[5]
Prakash Javadekar[5]12 November 20197 July 2021 BJPMinistry Splitted Into Heavy Industries & Department Of Public Enterprises
Minister of Heavy IndustriesMahendra Nath Pandey7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and DairyingGiriraj Singh30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Parshottam Rupala7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Development of North Eastern RegionJitendra Singh30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
G. Kishan Reddy7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Culture
Minister of Tourism
Prahlad Singh Patel30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
G. Kishan Reddy7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Ministry of Information and BroadcastingPrakash Javdekar30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP 
Anurag Thakur7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Minister of Youth Affairs and SportsKiren Rijiju30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPMinister of state (I/C) was responsible
Anurag Thakur7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 
Reference: Official Government of India publication, 7 July 2021

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)Edit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Statistics and Programme Implementation
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Planning
Rao Inderjit Singh30 May 2019Incumbent BJP 
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Science and Technology
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Earth Sciences
Harsh Vardhan30 May 20197 July 2021 BJPCabinet Minister Was Responsible
Jitendra Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP 

Ministers of StateEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office
Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Minister of State in the Department of Atomic Energy
Minister of State in the Department of Space
Jitendra Singh30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Corporate AffairsAnurag Thakur30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Rao Inderjit Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and WaterwaysShripad Naik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Shantanu Thakur7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of TourismShripad Naik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Ajay Bhatt7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of DefenceShripad Naik30 May 20197 July BJP
Ajay Bhatt7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of SteelFaggan Singh Kulaste30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Rural DevelopmentSadhvi Niranjan Jyoti30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Faggan Singh Kulaste7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Jal ShaktiRattan Lal Kataria30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Prahlad Singh Patel7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Bishweswar Tudu7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Food Processing IndustriesRameswar Teli30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Prahlad Singh Patel7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public DistributionRaosaheb Danve30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Ashwini Kumar Choubey7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate ChangeBabul Supriyo30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Ashwini Kumar Choubey7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Parliamentary AffairsArjun Ram Meghwal30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
V. Muraleedharan30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of CultureArjun Ram Meghwal7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Meenakshi Lekhi7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Road Transport and HighwaysV. K. Singh30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil AviationV. K. Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of PowerKrishan Pal Gurjar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public EnterprisesArjun Ram Meghwal30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy IndustriesKrishan Pal Gurjar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Coal
Minister of State in the Ministry of Mines
Raosaheb Danve7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of RailwaysSuresh Angadi 30 May 201923 September 2020 BJP
Raosaheb Danve7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Darshana Jardosh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of TextilesDarshana Jardosh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Social Justice and EmpowermentKrishan Pal Gurjar30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Rattan Lal Kataria30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Ramdas Athawale30 May 2019Incumbent RPI(A)
A. Narayanaswamy7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Pratima Bhoumik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and DairyingPratap Chandra Sarangi30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Balyan30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
L. Murugan7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home AffairsG. Kishan Reddy30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Nityanand Rai30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Ajay Kumar Mishra7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Nisith Pramanik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of FinanceAnurag Thakur30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Bhagwat Karad7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Pankaj Choudhary7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Commerce and IndustryHardeep Singh Puri30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Som Parkash30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Anupriya Patel7 July 2021Incumbent AD(S)
Minister of State in the Ministry of Law and JusticeS. P. Singh Baghel7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Skill Development and EntrepreneurshipRaj Kumar Singh30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Rajeev Chandrasekhar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Electronics and Information TechnologySanjay Shamrao Dhotre30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Rajeev Chandrasekhar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers WelfareParshottam Rupala30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Kailash Choudhary30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Shobha Karandlaje7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium EnterprisesPratap Chandra Sarangi30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of External AffairsV. Muraleedharan30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Meenakshi Lekhi7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Rajkumar Ranjan Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Tribal AffairsRenuka Singh30 May 2019Incumbent BJP
Bishweswar Tudu7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
Minister of State in the Ministry of Ministry of Labour and Employment
Rameswar Teli7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of EducationSanjay Shamrao Dhotre30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Subhas Sarkar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Rajkumar Ranjan Singh7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Annapurna Devi Yadav7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Housing and Urban AffairsKaushal Kishore7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region
Minister of State in the Ministry of Ministry of Co-operation
B. L. Verma7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of CommunicationsSanjay Shamrao Dhotre30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Devusinh Chauhan7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of New and Renewable EnergyBhagwanth Khuba7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Panchayati RajKapil Patil7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Health and Family WelfareAshwini Kumar Choubey30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Bharati Pawar7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Chemicals and FertilizersMansukh L. Mandaviya30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Bhagawanth Khuba7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Women and Child DevelopmentDebasree Chaudhuri30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
Mahendra Munjapara7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of AYUSHMahendra Munjapara7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Minority AffairsKiren Rijiju30 May 20197 July 2021 BJP
John Barla7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Information and BroadcastingL. Murugan7 July 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Youth Affairs and SportsNisith Pramanik7 July 2021Incumbent BJP

  indicates the minister died in office.

Outgoing MinistersEdit

These are the Ministers which were part of the First Modi ministry but were not included in the Second Modi ministry. These includes

Sushma Swaraj announced in November 2018 to not contest the 2019 General election due to her health related issues.[6] Arun Jaitley also gave his ill health as reason for excluding from ministry.[7] Uma Bharti became National Vice-president of BJP and did not contest the elections.[8]

Demographics of the Council of MinistersEdit

 
President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice-president M. Venkaiah Naidu with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Ministers after Swearing-in Ceremony, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, in New Delhi on 30 May 2019.

The following tables represent the demographics of the Ministers as of 7 July 2021.

NDA Cabinet by PartyEdit

Representation of cabinet ministers by party

  Bharatiya Janata Party (94.868%)
  Janata Dal (United) (1.282%)
  Lok Janshakti Party (1.282%)
  Apna Dal (Sonelal) (1.282%)
  Republican Party of India (A) (1.282%)
Party Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State (I/C) Ministers of State Total number of ministers
Bharatiya Janata Party 29 2 43 74
Janata Dal (United) 1 0 0 1
Lok Janshakti Party 1 0 0 1
Apna Dal (Sonelal) 0 0 1 1
Republican Party of India (A) 0 0 1 1
Total 31 2 45 78

NDA Cabinet by StateEdit

Representation of cabinet ministers by state

  Arunachal Pradesh (1.282%)
  Assam (2.564%)
  Bihar (7.692%)
  Chhattisgarh (1.282%)
  Kerala (1.282%)
  Gujarat (8.974%)
  Haryana (2.564%)
  Himachal Pradesh (1.282%)
  Jharkhand (3.846%)
  Karnataka (7.692%)
  Madhya Pradesh (7.692%)
  Maharashtra (11.538%)
  Odisha (2.564%)
  Punjab (1.282%)
  Rajasthan (5.128%)
  Telangana (1.282%)
  Uttar Pradesh (19.23%)
  Uttarakhand (1.282%)
  West Bengal (5.128%)
  Delhi (1.282%)
  Jammu and Kashmir (1.282%)
  Manipur (1.282%)
  Tripura (1.282%)
  Unelected (2.564%)
State Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State (I/C) Ministers of State Total number of ministers Name of ministers
Andhra Pradesh
Arunachal Pradesh 1 1
Assam 1 1 2
Bihar 4 2 6
Chhattisgarh 1 1
Goa 1 1
Gujarat 4 3 7
Haryana 1 1 2
Himachal Pradesh 1 1
Jharkhand 2 1 3
Karnataka 2 4 6
Kerala _
Madhya Pradesh 4 3 7
Maharashtra 3 6 9
Manipur 1 1
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha 1 1 2
Punjab 1 1
Rajasthan 2 2 4
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Telangana 1 1
Tripura 1 1
Uttar Pradesh 5 10 15
Uttarakhand 1 1
West Bengal 4 4
Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Chandigarh
Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu
Delhi 1 1
Jammu and Kashmir 1 1
Ladakh
Lakshadweep
Puducherry
Unelected
Total 31 2 45 78

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "LIVE: Union ministers Gangwar, Pokhriyal resign ahead of Cabinet reshuffle". Business Standard. 7 July 2021. Archived from the original on 7 July 2021. Retrieved 7 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Union minister and LJP founder Ram Vilas Paswan passes away". Times Now. 8 October 2020. Archived from the original on 11 October 2020. Retrieved 18 October 2020.
  3. ^ Singh, Akhilesh Kumar (6 July 2021). "Thawarchand Gehlot appointed Karnataka governor amid Modi cabinet reshuffle buzz". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 6 July 2021. Retrieved 6 July 2021.
  4. ^ "Narendra Singh Tomar Takes Additional Charge of Food Processing Ministry After Harshimrat Badal Resigns". News18.com. 23 September 2020. Archived from the original on 9 October 2020. Retrieved 23 September 2020.
  5. ^ a b "Prakash Javadekar gets heavy industries portfolio as Arvind Sawant quits". India Today. 12 November 2019. Archived from the original on 12 November 2019. Retrieved 12 November 2019.
  6. ^ "Sushma Swaraj not to contest 2019 Lok Sabha poll". Business Line. 20 November 2018. Archived from the original on 9 July 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  7. ^ "Citing ill-health, Arun Jaitley opts out of ministerial position". The Hindu. 29 May 2019. Archived from the original on 29 May 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Uma Bharti won't contest Lok Sabha polls, BJP makes her national vice-president". India Today. 23 March 2019. Archived from the original on 23 March 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2019.

External linksEdit

  • Website of Cabinet Secretariat of India
  • Council of Ministers – Official Portal of the Indian Government