Moily ministry

Moily ministry was the Council of Ministers in Karnataka, a state in South India headed by M. Veerappa Moily that was formed after S. Bangarappa submitted resignation.[2]

Moily ministry
20th Ministry of the State of Karnataka
M. Veerappa Moily addressing at the releasing of the report on “Green Energy Corridors” for transmission infrastructure requirement and other related services for integration of large scale envisaged renewable generation.jpg
Date formed19 November 1992
Date dissolved11 December 1994
People and organisations
Head of stateKhurshed Alam Khan
(6 January 1992 – 2 December 1999)
Head of governmentM. Veerappa Moily
Deputy head of governmentS. M. Krishna
No. of ministers46[1]
Member partiesJanata Dal
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition partyIndian National Congress
Opposition leaderR. V. Deshpande
Outgoing election1994
Legislature term(s)1 year 11 months
PredecessorBangarappa ministry
SuccessorDeve Gowda ministry

In the government headed by M. Veerappa Moily, the Chief Minister was from INC. Apart from the CM, there were Deputy Chief Minister and other ministers in the government.[3]

Tenure of the GovernmentEdit

In 1989, Indian National Congress emerged victorious and Veerendra Patil was elected as leader of the Party, hence sworn in as CM in 1989. A year later he submitted resignation and President's Rule was imposed and S. Bangarappa sworn in as Chief Minister later. In 1992 S. Bangarappa submitted resignation and M. Veerappa Moily was elected as CM and S. M. Krishna was picked as Deputy Chief Minister. The ministry was dissolved when Indian National Congress lost badly in 1994 elections and H. D. Deve Gowda became the Chief Minister.

Council of MinistersEdit

Chief Minister and deputy Chief MinisterEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Term of Office Party

M. Veerappa Moily
Chief Minister

Karkala Other departments not allocated to a Minister. 19 November 1992 11 December 1994 Indian National Congress

S. M. Krishna
Deputy chief Minister

Maddur 21 January 1993 11 December 1994 Indian National Congress

Cabinet MinistersEdit

S.No Portfolio Minister Constituency Term of Office Party
1 Bheemanna Khandre MLC 19 November 1992 11 December 1994 INC
  • .
Raja Madan Gopal Naik[5] Shorapur 19 November 1992 11 December 1994 INC

Minister of StateEdit

If the office of a Minister is vacant for any length of time, it automatically comes under the charge of the Chief Minister.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ STEPHEN DAVID (June 30, 1996). "New Karnataka CM J.H. Patel grapples with disgruntled and dropped ministers". India Today. Retrieved 2021-08-15.
  2. ^ "Shri S. M. Krishna (06.12.2004 – 08.03.2008) | Raj Bhavan Maharashtra | India". Retrieved 2021-08-15.
  3. ^ Retrieved 2021-08-15. {{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ "Bheemanna Khandre". Retrieved 2022-01-25.
  5. ^ "Former Karnataka minister passes away due to coronavirus". Deccan Herald. 2020-07-28. Retrieved 2021-08-16.

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