First Hooda ministry

INC secured absolute majority in 2005 Haryana Legislative Assembly election. Bhupinder Singh Hooda was elected leader of the party in the assembly and was sworn in as Chief Minister of Haryana in March 2005.

First Hooda ministry
Ministry of the State of Haryana
Bhupinder Singh Hooda in WEF, 2010.jpg
Date formed5 March 2005
Date dissolved25 October 2009
People and organisations
Head of stateAkhlaqur Rahman Kidwai (Governor)
Head of governmentBhupinder Singh Hooda
Deputy head of governmentChander Mohan
No. of ministers11
Member partiesINC
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition partyINLD
PredecessorOm Prakash Chautala ministry
SuccessorSecond Bhupinder Singh Hooda ministry

Here is the list of the ministers:[1][2][3][4]

Chief Minister & Cabinet MinistersEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Bhupinder Singh Hooda
Chief Minister
Garhi Sampla-Kiloi Minister of Home, Town & Country planning and Urban estates, General Administration, Administration of Justice, Electronics and Information technology, Personnel and training, Raj Bhavan affairs and Renewable energy. INC
2. Chander Mohan
Deputy Chief Minister
Kalka Minister of Food and Supplies. INC
3. Venod Sharma Ambala City Minister of Excise and Taxation and Forests. INC
4. Chaudhary Birender Singh Uchana Kalan Minister of Finance and Labour and Employment. INC
5. Surender Singh Tosham Minister of Agriculture and Revenue. INC
6. Kartar Devi Kalanaur Minister of Health, Social Welfare, Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Backward Classes. INC
7. Ajay Singh Yadav Rewari Minister of Irrigation and Elections. INC
8. Om Prakash Jindal Hissar Minister of Power and Printing and Stationery. INC
9. Phool Chand Mullana Mullana Minister of Education and Languages and Industrial Training and Vocational Education. INC
10. Lachhman Dass Arora Sirsa Minister of Industries and Urban Development. INC
11. Randeep Singh Surjewala Kaithal Minister of Transport and Parliamentary Affairs. INC


  1. ^ Ahuja, Rajesh (6 March 2005). "Hooda sworn in Haryana Chief Minister". The Hindu. Retrieved 6 November 2019.
  2. ^ Cabinet a mix of youth, experience[dead link]
  3. ^ Hooda inducts 10 Ministers[dead link]
  4. ^ Hooda denies political pressure in naming Deputy CM[dead link]