The Second Ministry of Narendra Modi is the Council of Ministers headed by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi that was formed after the 2019 general election which was held in seven phases in 2019. The results of the election were announced on 23 May 2019 and this led to the formation of the 17th Lok Sabha. The swearing-in ceremony was arranged in the courtyards of Rashtrapati Bhavan at Raisina Hill. The heads of the states of BIMSTEC countries were invited as guests of honor for this ceremony.
|Second Modi ministry|
|22nd Ministry of the Republic of India|
|Date formed||30 May 2019|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Ram Nath Kovind|
|Head of government||Narendra Modi|
|No. of ministers||78|
|Member parties||National Democratic Alliance|
|Status in legislature||Parliament of India |
526 / 788 (67%)Lok Sabha
336 / 543 (62%)Rajya Sabha
119 / 245 (49%)
|Legislature term(s)||5 years|
|Predecessor||First Modi ministry|
Council of MinistersEdit
Ministers of State (Independent Charge)Edit
|Portfolio||Minister||Took office||Left office||Party||Ref|
|Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Statistics and Programme Implementation|
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Planning
|Rao Inderjit Singh||30 May 2019||Incumbent||BJP|
|Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Science and Technology |
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Earth Sciences
|Harsh Vardhan||30 May 2019||7 July 2021||BJP||Cabinet Minister Was Responsible|
|Jitendra Singh||7 July 2021||Incumbent||BJP|
Ministers of StateEdit
indicates the minister died in office.
These are the Ministers which were part of the First Modi ministry but were not included in the Second Modi ministry. These includes
- Sushma Swaraj
- Arun Jaitley
- Radha Mohan Singh
- Uma Bharti
- Jagat Prakash Nadda
- Suresh Prabhu
- Maneka Gandhi
- Chaudhary Birender Singh
- Jual Oram
- Anant Geete
- Manoj Sinha
- Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
- Mahesh Sharma
- Jayant Sinha
- Shiv Pratap Shukla
- Ram Kripal Yadav
- Alphons Kannanthanam
- Pon Radhakrishnan
- Satya Pal Singh
- Vijay Goel
- S. S. Ahluwalia
- Subhash Bhamre
- Ramesh Jigajinagi
- Krishna Raj
- Hansraj Gangaram Ahir
- Sudarshan Bhagat
- Vishnu Deo Sai
- Vijay Sampla
- Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary
- P. P. Chaudhary
- C. R. Chaudhary
- Ajay Tamta
- Anantkumar Hegde
- Jasvantsinh Bhabhor
Sushma Swaraj announced in November 2018 to not contest the 2019 General election due to her health related issues. Arun Jaitley also gave his ill health as reason for excluding from ministry. Uma Bharti became National Vice-president of BJP and did not contest the elections.
Demographics of the Council of MinistersEdit
The following tables represent the demographics of the Ministers as of 7 July 2021.
NDA Cabinet by PartyEdit
|Party||Cabinet Ministers||Ministers of State (I/C)||Ministers of State||Total number of ministers|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||29||2||43||74|
|Janata Dal (United)||1||0||0||1|
|Lok Janshakti Party||1||0||0||1|
|Apna Dal (Sonelal)||0||0||1||1|
|Republican Party of India (A)||0||0||1||1|
NDA Cabinet by StateEdit
|State||Cabinet Ministers||Ministers of State (I/C)||Ministers of State||Total number of ministers||Name of ministers|
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||—||—||—||—||—|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu||—||—||—||—||—|
|Jammu and Kashmir||—||1||—||1|
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- "Citing ill-health, Arun Jaitley opts out of ministerial position". The Hindu. 29 May 2019. Archived from the original on 29 May 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
- "Uma Bharti won't contest Lok Sabha polls, BJP makes her national vice-president". India Today. 23 March 2019. Archived from the original on 23 March 2019. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
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