Second Hasina ministry

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The second Hasina cabinet was the Government of Bangladesh during the 9th legislative session of the Jatiya Sangsad following the 2008 general election, and serving from 6 January 2009 until 24 January 2014.[1]

Second Hasina Cabinet
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18th Council of Ministers of Bangladesh
6 January 2009 - 24 January 2014
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Sheikh Hasina Wazed
Date formed6 January 2009
Date dissolved24 January 2014
People and organisations
Head of governmentSheikh Hasina
Member parties
History
Legislature term(s)9th Parliament
PredecessorFakhruddin
SuccessorHasina III

Cabinet reshufflesEdit

24 January 2009
3 May 2009
31 July 2009[4]
4 December 2011
  • Ministry of Railways is bifurcated from Ministry of Communications.[5]
  • Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology is split into Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and Ministry of Science and Technology.
6 December 2011[6]
  • Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology is split to Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Ministry of Science and Technology.
  • Obaidul Quader took charge of Ministry of Communications which belonged to Syed Abul Hossain.
  • Suranjit Sengupta took charge of the Ministry of Railways.
  • Commerce Minister Faruk Khan and Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister GM Quader swapped their portfolios.
18 April 2012[7]
  • Suranjit Sengupta resigned from the Ministry of Railways.
16 September 2012[8]
  • Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir was made the minister of home affairs.
  • Sahara Khatun was made the minister of posts and telecommunications.
  • Rajiuddin Ahmed Raju was made the minister of labour and employment.
  • Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain was made the minister of expatriate welfare and overseas employment.
  • Mujibul Hoque was made the minister of railways.
  • Mostafa Faruque Mohammad was made the minister of information and communication technology (ICT).
  • Food and disaster management ministry was bifurcated.
    • Abdur Razzak became the minister of food.
    • Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali became the minister of disaster management and relief.
  • Hasanul Haq Inu was made the information minister.
  • Abul Kalam Azad was moved to the minister of cultural affairs.
  • Abdul Hyee was made the minister of fisheries and livestock.
  • Omor Faruk Chowdhury was made the minister of industries.
18 November 2013[9]

CabinetEdit

The cabinet was composed of the following ministers:

Minister Secretariat and Executive offices State Minister
Sheikh Hasina Wazed
Abul Maal Abdul Muhith Ministry of Finance
Matia Chowdhury Ministry of Agriculture
Abdul Latif Siddiqui Ministry of Textiles and Jute
Shafique Ahmed Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Muhammad Qamrul Islam
AVM (rtd) A K Khandker Ministry of Planning
Rajiuddin Ahmed Raju Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology
Syed Ashraful Islam Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Co-operatives Jahangir Kabir Nanak
Rezaul Karim Hira Ministry of Land[13] Mostafizur Rahman
Enamul Hoque Mostofa Shaheed Ministry of Social Welfare
Dilip Barua Ministry of Industries
Ramesh Chandra Sen Ministry of Water Resources Md. Mahbubur Rahman
Muhammad Abdur Razzaque Ministry of Food and Disaster Management
Muhammad Afsarul Ameen Ministry of Primary and Mass Education Motahar Hossain
A.F.M Ruhal Haque Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Mozibur Rahman Fakir
Nurul Islam Nahid Ministry of Education
Muhammad Abdul Latif Biswas Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock
vacant without portfolio Tanjim Ahmad
Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Ministry of Labour and EmploymentKhandaker Mosharraf Hossain6 January 200916 September 2012 Awami League[8]
Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas EmploymentKhandaker Mosharraf Hossain16 September 201224 January 2014 Awami League[8]
Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology (defunct in Dec 2011)Syed Abul Hossain6 January 20096 December 2011 Awami League[6]
Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)Syed Abul Hossain6 December 201124 January 2014 Awami League[6]
Ministry of CommunicationsSyed Abul Hossain6 January 20096 December 2011 Awami League[6]
Obaidul Quader6 December 201124 January 2014 Awami League[6]
Ministry of Cultural AffairsAbul Kalam Azad16 September 201224 January 2014 Awami League[8]
Ministry of InformationAbul Kalam Azad6 January 200916 September 2012 Awami League[8]
Hasanul Haq Inu16 September 201224 January 2014 JSD[8]
Ministry of RailwaysSuranjit Sengupta6 December 201118 April 2012 Awami League[6]
Mujibul Haque Mujib16 September 201224 January 2014 Awami League[8]
Ministry of Foreign AffairsDipu Moni6 January 200921 November 2013 Awami League[10]
Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali21 November 201324 January 2014 Awami League[10]
Ministry of Home AffairsSahara Khatun6 January 200916 September 2012 Awami League[8]
Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir16 September 201224 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of CommerceFaruk Khan6 January 200911 December 2011 Awami League[6]
GM Quader11 December 201124 January 2014 Awami League[6]
Ministry of Civil Aviation and TourismGM Quader6 January 200911 December 2011 Awami League[6]
Faruk Khan11 December 201124 January 2014 Awami League[6]
Ministry of ShippingShajahan Khan31 July 200924 January 2014 Awami League[4]

State ministersEdit

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Ref
Ministry of Chittagong Hill Tracts AffairsDipankar Talukdar24 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Cultural AffairsPromode Mankin31 July 200924 January 2014 Awami League[4]
Ministry of Environment and ForestHasan Mahmud31 July 200924 January 2014 Awami League[14]
Ministry of IndustriesOmor Faruk Chowdhury16 September 201224 January 2014 Awami League[8]
Ministry of Liberation War AffairsAB Tajul Islam24 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Science and Information and Communication TechnologySyed Abul Hossain20092011 Awami League
Yafes Osman201224 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral ResourcesMuhammad Enamul Huq24 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Religious AffairsMuhammad Shahjahan Miah24 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Women and Children AffairsShirin Sharmin Chaudhury24 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Youth and SportsAhad Ali Sarker21 November 2013 Awami League
Mujibul Haque21 November 201312 January 2014 JP(E)[15]
Ministry of Foreign AffairsMuhammad Hasan Mahmud6 January 200931 July 2009 Awami League[4]
Ministry of Home AffairsShamsul Hoque Tuku6 January 200924 January 2014 Awami League
Ministry of Labour and EmploymentMonnujan Sufian6 January 200924 January 2014 Awami League

ReferencesEdit

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