Second Nitish Kumar ministry

This is a list of minister from Nitish Kumar cabinets starting from 24 November 2005 to 26 November 2010. Nitish Kumar is the leader of Janata Dal (United) was sworn in the Chief Ministers of Bihar on 24 November 2005 with help of Bharatiya Janata Party. . Here is the list of the ministers of his ministry.[1][2][3]

Second Nitish Kumar ministry
Ministry of Bihar
Nitish Kumar (cropped).JPG
Date formed24 November 2005
Date dissolved26 November 2010
People and organisations
Head of stateButa Singh
Gopalkrishna Gandhi
R. S. Gavai
R. L. Bhatia
Devanand Konwar
Head of governmentNitish Kumar
Member parties
Status in legislatureCoalition
Opposition partyRJD
History
Election(s)October 2005
Legislature term(s)5 years
SuccessorThird Nitish Kumar ministry

Council of MinistersEdit

Source[4][5]

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Chief Minister
Home Affairs
General Administration
Cabinet Secretariat
Vigilance
Election
Other departments not allotted to any Minister
24 November 200526 November 2010 JD(U)
Deputy Chief Minister
Finance & Commercial Taxes
24 November 200526 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs24 November 200526 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Water Resources24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Agriculture
Narendra Singh
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Education24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Hari Narayan Singh
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Building Construction24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Revenue & Land Reforms24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Road Construction24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Tourism24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Health & Family Welfare24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Public Health Engineering Department24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Urban Development & Housing24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200822 May 2009[6] BJP
Minister of Art, Culture, Youth Affairs & Sports24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Energy24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Excise & Prohibition
Sudha Srivastav
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Jamshed Ashraf
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Panchayat Raj24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Hari Prasada Sah
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Rural Development24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Environment & Forest24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Co-operatives24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Food & Civil Supplies24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Narendra Singh
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Transport
Ajit Kumar
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Ramanand Singh
13 April 200818 May 2008 JD(U)
Minister of Science & Technology
Dr Anil Kumar
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Shahid Ali Khan
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Industry
Gautam Singh
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200822 May 2009[6] JD(U)
Minister of Minority Welfare24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Shahid Ali Khan
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Information & Public Relations
Arjun Rai
24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Minor Irrigation24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Dinesh Prasad
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Sugarcane Industries24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Gautam Singh
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Social Welfare24 November 200513 April 2008 JD(U)
Damodar Rout
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Planning & Development
Sudha Srivastav
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Law & Justice13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Schedule Caste Welfare13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Extremely Backward Class Welfare
Hari Prasad Sah
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Animal Husbandry & Fisheries24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Labour & Employment24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Information Technology
Dr Anil Kumar
13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of Mining & Geology24 November 200513 April 2008 BJP
13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP
Minister of Disaster Management13 April 200826 November 2010 JD(U)
Minister of state in Health & Family Welfare13 April 200826 November 2010 BJP

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dutta, Ambarish (24 November 2005). "Nitish sworn in Bihar CM". The Tribune. India. Retrieved 20 September 2019.
  2. ^ Janata Dal (United) leader Nitish Kumar was sworn-in as the 33rd chief minister of Bihar
  3. ^ Couples in coalition: Alliances made in heaven
  4. ^ "Bihar assembly elections 1995, 2000, 2005". www.bihartimes.in. Retrieved 23 September 2021.
  5. ^ mediavigil. "Cabinet Reshuffle in Bihar & at Centre". Retrieved 23 September 2021.
  6. ^ a b Victorious Bihar ministers submit resignation to Nitish | States News | Zee News