First Raje ministry

Vasundhara Raje was sworn-in as Chief Minister of Rajasthan state in India on 8 December 2003. She was elected as the leader of BJP in Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. She remained chief minister until 11 December 2008. Here is the list of ministers:[1]

Chief Minister & Cabinet MinistersEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister Minister of Finance & Taxation, Planning, Personnel, Program Implementation, Public Grievance, Energy, NRI's, Anti-Corruption Bureau & Others BJP
2. Gulab Chand Kataria Minister of Home affairs. BJP
3. Ghanshyam Tiwari Minister of Food and civil supplies BJP
4. Prof. Sanwar Lal Jat Minister of Irrigation, Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojna, PHED, CAD BJP
5. Kirodi Mal Meena Minister of Food & Supply. BJP
6. Madan Dilawar Minister of Social Welfare. BJP
7. Narpat Singh Rajvi Minister of Medical & Health, Family Welfare, Industries, Labour & Employment. BJP
8. Yunus Khan Minister of Transport, Youth & Sports. BJP
9. Kanak Mal Katara Minister of Woman & Child Development, Tribal Area Development, GAD. BJP
10. Prabhu Lal Saini Minister of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry. BJP
11. Laxmi Narayan Dave Minister of Forest, Environment & Mines. BJP
12. Dr. Digamber Singh Minister of Industries. BJP
13. Rajendra Singh Rathore Minister of Public Works, Parliamentary Affairs. BJP
14. Ram Narayan Dudi Minister of Revenue, Colonisation & Soldier Welfare. BJP
15. Kalu Lal Gurjar Minister of Rural development. BJP
16. Nathu Singh Gurjar Minister of Cooperative. BJP
17. Ram Kishore Meena Minister of Labour. BJP
18. Nand Lal Meena Minister of Tribal Area development. BJP
19. Kali Charan Saraf Minister of Primary, Secondary & Higher Education. BJP
20. Devi Singh Bhati BJP

Ministers of State with independent chargeEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Pratap Singh Singhavi Minister of Forest.
2. Surerndra Goyal Minister of Urban Development & Housing, Local Self Government.

Ministers of StateEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Amra Ram Choudhary Minister of Home.
2. Babu Lal Verma Minister of Rural Development & Panchayati Raj.
3. Bhawani Joshi Minister of Medical & Health.
4. Surendra Pal Singh TT Minister of Agriculture.
5. Usha Punia Minister of Tourism, Art & Culture, Devasthan.
6. Vasudev Devnani Minister of Primary, Secondary & Higher Education, Sanskrit Education, Language & Minority Language, Technical Education.
7. Surendra Singh Rathore Minister of Irrigation.
8. Khema Ram Meghawal Minister of Mines.
9. Gajendra Singh Kheenvsar Minister of Energy.
10. Chunni Lal Dhakar
11. Virendra Meena

See alsoEdit

Vasundhara Raje ministry (2013–)