Second Jayalalithaa ministry
After the General Elections held on the 10th May 2001 the Governor appointed J. Jayalalithaa as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. The Governor on the advice of the Chief Minister appointed five more Members C. Ponnaiyan, Dr. M. Thambi Durai, D. Jayakumar, Ayyaru Vandayar and R. Sarojaa as ministers in the Council of Ministers on the same day. On 19th May 2001 the Governor appointed nineteen more members in the council. However, Jayalalithaa couldn't last long in office and resigned to pave way for First Panneerselvam ministry.
|Second Jayalalithaa ministry|
11th Ministry of Tamil Nadu
|Date formed||14 May 2001|
|Date dissolved||21 September 2001|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Governor M. Fathima Beevi|
|Head of government||J. Jayalalithaa|
|Status in legislature||Majority|
|Opposition leader||K. Anbazhagan|
|Legislature term(s)||5 Years|
|Predecessor||Fourth Karunanidhi ministry|
|Successor||First Panneerselvam ministry|
|1.||J. Jayalalithaa||Chief Minister||
|2.||C. Ponnaiyan||Minister for Finance and Law||
|3.||Dr. M. Thambi Durai||Minister for Education||
|4.||D. Jayakumar||Minister for Electricity||
|5.||P.C. Ramasamy||Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments||
|6.||R. Vaithilingam||Minister for Industries||
|7.||S. Semmalai||Minister for Health||
|8.||C. Durairaj||Minister for Local Administration||
|9.||R. Jeevanantham||Minister for Agriculture||
|10.||O. Panneerselvam||Minister for Revenue||
|11.||N. Thalavaisundaram||Minister for Public Works||
|12.||A. Anwer Rhazza||Minister for Labour||
|13.||K. Pandurangan||Minister for Rural Industries||
|14.||S.S. Thirunavukkarasu||Minister for Information & Publicity and Forests||
|15.||P. Dhanabal||Minister for Food and Co-operation||
|16.||Valarmathi Jebaraj||Minister for Backward Classes||
|17.||B. Valarmathi||Minister for Social Welfare||
|18.||V. Subramanian||Minister for Adi Dravidar Welfare||
|19.||Nainar Nagenthran||Minister for Transport||
|20.||K.P. Raajendra Prasad||Minister for Fisheries and Animal Husbandry||
|21.||C. V. Shanmugam||Minister for Commercial Taxes||
|22.||S.P. Shanmuganathan||Minister for Handlooms and Textiles||
|23.||A. K. Selvaraj||Minister for Housing and Urban Development||
|24.||R. Sarojaa||Minister for Tourism||
|25.||C. Shanmugavelu||Minister for Milk and Dairy Development||
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