Second Khaleda ministry

The second Khaleda cabinet was the Government of Bangladesh during the 8th legislative session of the Jatiya Sangsad following the 2001 general election. The cabinet took office on 10 October 2001 and left office on 29 October 2006. The Prime Minister and head of the government was Khaleda Zia.[1][2]

Second Khaleda Cabinet
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15th Council of Ministers of Bangladesh
10 October 2001
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Khaleda Zia
Date formed10 October 2001 (2001-10-10)
Date dissolved29 October 2006 (2006-10-29)
People and organisations
Head of governmentKhaleda Zia
No. of ministers
  • 28 Cabinet Ministers
  • 28 State Ministers
  • 4 Deputy Ministers
Total no. of members60
Member party
History
Legislature term(s)8th Parliament
PredecessorLatif
SuccessorIajuddin

MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Prime Minister
Ministry of Defence
Armed Forces Division
10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Home Affairs10 October 200125 March 2004 BNP[3]
Ministry of Finance10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Agriculture10 October 200122 May 2003 Jamaat-e-Islami
22 May 200329 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Social Welfare10 October 200129 October 2006 Jamaat-e-Islami
Ministry of Science and ICT11 March 200229 October 2006 BNP
Minister of Information10 October 200111 March 2002 BNP[1]
11 March 20026 May 2004 BNP[4]
6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]
Ministry of Labour and Employment10 October 200111 March 2002 BNP[1]
Ministry of Environment and Forest10 October 20016 May 2004 BNP[4]
6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]
Ministry of Foreign Affairs10 October 200114 November 2001 BNP
14 November 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Industries10 October 200122 May 2003 BNP
22 May 200329 October 2006 Jamaat-e-Islami
Ministry of Women and Children Affairs10 October 200114 June 2006 BNP[5]
Ministry of Housing and Public Works10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP[6]
Ministry of LGRD10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Communications10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Water Resources10 October 200122 May 2003 BNP[7]
22 May 200329 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Shipping10 October 200125 June 2006 BNP[8]
Ministry of Textiles (defunct on 6 May 2004)10 October 20016 May 2004 BNP[4]
Ministry of Textiles and Jute6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]
Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Commerce10 October 200124 March 2004 BNP[9]
25 March 200424 April 2006 BNP[10]
24 April 200629 October 2006 BNP[10]
Ministry of Education10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP[6]
Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock10 October 200122 May 2003 BNP[7]
6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]
Ministry of Land10 October 20016 May 2004 BNP[4]
Ministry of Food (defunct on 6 May 2004)10 October 200111 March 2002 BNP[1]
11 March 20026 May 2004 BNP[1][4]
Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (defunct on 6 May 2004)10 October 20016 May 2004 BNP[4]
Ministry of Food and Disaster Management6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]

State MinistersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Ministry of Agriculture10 October 200118 November 2005 BNP
21 May 200629 October 2006 BNP[11]
Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism10 October 200117 November 2005 BNP
17 November 200529 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Commerce10 October 200123 May 2003 BNP[7]
Ministry of Communications10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Cultural Affairs10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief10 October 200123 May 2003 BNP[7]
Ministry of Education10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources10 October 200118 June 2005 BNP[12]
Ministry of Environment and Forest10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment20 December 20019 July 2006 BNP[13]
9 July 200629 October 2006 BNP[13]
Ministry of Finance10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock22 May 20036 May 2004 BNP[4]
Ministry of Foreign Affairs10 October 200124 March 2004 BNP[3]
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare10 October 20019 December 2001 BNP
9 December 200122 May 2003 BNP
22 May 200329 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Home Affairs10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Housing and Public Works10 October 200115 May 2006 BNP[14]
Ministry of Industries9 December 200122 May 2006 BNP
Ministry of Jute (defunct on 6 May 2004)22 May 20036 May 2004 BNP[4]
Ministry of Labour and Employment11 March 200222 May 2003 BNP[1]
22 May 200329 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Land6 May 200429 October 2006 BNP[4]
Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs10 October 20017 April 2003 BNP
7 April 200329 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of LGRD10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Liberation War Affairs23 October 200122 May 2003 BNP
Ministry of NGO Affairs6 May 20049 July 2006 BNP[4][13]
Ministry of Planning10 October 200120 May 2006 BNP
Ministry of Post and Telecommunication10 October 200123 May 2003 BNP[7]
Ministry of Power10 October 200120 May 2006 BNP[11]
20 May 200629 September 2006 BNP[11]
4 October 200629 October 2006 BNP[15]
Ministry of Religious Affairs10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP[16]
Ministry of Science and Technology10 October 200111 March 2002 BNP[1]
Ministry of Shipping9 July 200629 October 2006 BNP[13]
Ministry of Water Resources10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Women and Children Affairs15 May 200629 October 2006 BNP[14]
Ministry of Youth and Sports10 October 200129 October 2006 BNP

Deputy MinistersEdit

The following table is the list of Deputy Ministers.

Portfolio Deputy Minister Took Office Left Office Party
Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts Affairs Moni Swapan Dewan 10 October 2001 29 October 2006 BNP
Jamuna Bridge Division Asadul Habib Dulu 10 October 2001 3 February 2002 BNP
Ministry of Communications Asadul Habib Dulu 3 February 2002 22 May 2003 BNP
Ministry of Food and Disaster Management Asadul Habib Dulu 22 May 2003 29 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Co-operatives Ruhul Quddus Talukdar 10 October 2001 22 May 2003 BNP
Ministry of Land Ruhul Quddus Talukdar 22 May 2003 29 October 2006 BNP
Ministry of Education Abdus Salam Pintu 10 October 2001 22 May 2003 BNP[17]
Ministry of Industries Abdus Salam Pintu 22 May 2003 13 March 2006 BNP
Ministry of Information Abdus Salam Pintu 13 March 2006 29 October 2006 BNP

ShufflesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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