Second Nanda ministry

The second Nanda ministry was formed as an interim cabinet upon the death in office of Lal Bahadur Shastri on 11 January 1966.

Second Nanda ministry
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Interim Cabinet of the Republic of India
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Date formed11 January 1966 (1966-01-11)
Date dissolved24 January 1966 (1966-01-24)
People and organisations
Head of stateSarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Head of governmentGulzarilal Nanda
Member partyIndian National Congress
Status in legislatureMajority
361 / 494 (73%)
Opposition partyNone
Opposition leaderNone
History
Election(s)None
Outgoing electionNone
Legislature term(s)13 days
PredecessorLal Bahadur Shastri ministry
SuccessorFirst Indira Gandhi ministry

CabinetEdit

Key
  • RES Resigned

Cabinet ministersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, and Minister of Atomic Energy11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of External Affairs11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Finance11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Defence11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Petroleum and Chemicals11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Railways11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Education11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Labour and Employment11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Communications and Parliamentary Affairs and Minister of Information and Broadcasting11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Information and Broadcasting11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Steel and Mines11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Food and Agriculture11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Law and Social Security11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Rehabilitation11 January 196615 January 1966[RES] INC[1][2]

Ministers of StateEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Minister of Works and Housing
(additional charge as Minister of Rehabilitation from 15 January)
11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Commerce11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Transport11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Community Development and Cooperation
S. K. Dey
11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Health11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Home Affairs) and Defence Supplies in the Ministry of Defence11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (External Affairs)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Supply)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Petroleum and Chemicals)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Railways)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Law) and Minister of State (Social Security)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Irrigation and Power)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Planning and Minister of State (Finance)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Defence Production11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of State (Revenue and Expenditure)11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]
Minister of Industry
T. N. Singh
11 January 196624 January 1966 INC[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Council of Ministers - Press Communique" (PDF). Press Information Bureau of India - Archive. 11 January 1966. Retrieved 28 September 2020.
  2. ^ "Press Communique" (PDF). Press Information Bureau of India - Archive. 15 January 1966. Retrieved 28 September 2020.