Fourth Chouhan ministry

The Shivraj Singh Chauhan Fourth ministry[1][2][3] is the Council of Ministers in 15th Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly headed by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

Fourth Chouhan ministry
Ministry of Madhya Pradesh
Date formed23 March 2020
People and organisations
Head of stateGovernor
Mangubhai C. Patel
Head of governmentShivraj Singh Chouhan
No. of ministers31
Ministers removed5
Member partiesBJP
Status in legislature
163 / 230 (71%)
66 / 230 (29%)
Opposition partyINC
Opposition leaderGovind Singh
History
Election(s)2018
Outgoing election2018
Legislature term(s)5 years
Incoming formation2020
PredecessorKamal Nath ministry
SuccessorMohan Yadav ministry

Council of Ministers edit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Chief Minister
General Administration
Public Relations
Narmada Valley Development
Aviation Department
Other departments not allocated to any Minister
23 March 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Public Works Department
Minister of Cottage & Rural Industries
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Home Affairs21 April 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Law
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
13 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Agriculture21 April 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Welfare21 April 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Sports & Youth Welfare
Minister of Technical Education
Minister of Skill Development & Employment
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Forest2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Finance
Minister of Commercial Taxes
Minister of Planning, Economic & Statistics
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Urban Development
Minister of Housing
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Labour
Minister of Mineral Resources
Brijendra Pratap Singh
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Medical Education
Minister of Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief & Rehabilitation
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises
Minister of Science & Technology
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Tourism
Minister of Culture
Minister of Adhyatm
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Co-operatives & Public Services Management
Arvind Singh Bhadoria
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Higher Education2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Animal Husbandry
Minister of Social Justice & Disabled Welfare
Prem Singh Patel
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Health & Family Welfare21 April 202013 July 2020 BJP
13 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Water Resources
Minister of Fisheries
21 April 202021 October 2020[4] BJP
3 January 2021Incumbent BJP
Minister of Revenue
Minister of Transport
21 April 202021 October 2020[5] BJP
3 January 2021Incumbent BJP

Ministers of state edit

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Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of Horticulture
(Independent Charge)
Minister of Food Processing Industries
(Independent Charge)
Bharat Singh Kushwaha
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of School Education
(Independent Charge)
Inder Singh Parmar
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Backward Classes & Minorities Welfare
(Independent Charge)
Minister of Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes
(Independent Charge)
Minister of Rural development & Pancahayat Raj
Ramkhelavan Patel
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of AYUSH
(Independent Charge)
Minister of Water Resources
Ramkishore Kanware
2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Public Health Engineering2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Public Works Department2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Urban Development & Housing2 July 2020Incumbent BJP
Minister of Agriculture2 July 2020November 2020 BJP

References edit

  1. ^ "After Running Solo Show for Almost a Month, Shivraj Gets Mini Cabinet of 5 Ministers Amid Pandemic". News18.com. 21 April 2020. Retrieved 8 April 2021.
  2. ^ "शिवराज को 'शक्ति' देने आए 5 लोग, जानिए इनके बारे में पूरी बात". Navbharat Times. Retrieved 8 April 2021.
  3. ^ "29 दिन बाद शिवराज कैबिनेट का विस्तार, कोरोना पर नियंत्रण के लिए मंत्रियों को दिए संभाग". Amarujala.com. Retrieved 8 April 2021.
  4. ^ "Madhya Pradesh: Six months over, Tulsiram Silawat & Govind Singh Rajput resign from cabinet | Bhopal News - Times of India".
  5. ^ "Madhya Pradesh: Six months over, Tulsiram Silawat & Govind Singh Rajput resign from cabinet | Bhopal News - Times of India".
  6. ^ The Times of India (2 July 2020). "Madhya Pradesh cabinet expanded: List of new ministers". Archived from the original on 25 December 2023. Retrieved 25 December 2023.