Third Chouhan ministry

This is a list of Council of ministers from Shivraj Singh Chouhan's third cabinet of Madhya Pradesh starting from December 2013 till December 2018. Shivraj Singh Chouhan is the leader of BJP who was sworn in the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh in December 2013.[1][2][3][4][5]

Third Chouhan ministry
14th Ministry of Madhya Pradesh
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Date formedDecember 2013
Date dissolvedDecember 2018
People and organisations
Head of stateGovernor Ram Naresh Yadav
Governor Anandiben Patel
Head of governmentShivraj Singh Chauhan
No. of ministers31
Member partiesBJP
Status in legislatureMajority
Opposition partyINC
Opposition leaderAjay Singh
Legislature term(s)5 years
PredecessorSecond Chouhan ministry
SuccessorKamal Nath Ministry

Council of MinistersEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister General Administration, Aviation. Other departments not allotted to any Minister. BJP
2. Gopal Bhargava Minister of Panchayats, Rural Development & Social Justice and Disabled Welfare. BJP
3. Jayant Kumar Malaiya Minister of Finance & Commercial Taxes. BJP
4. Dr. Gauri Shankar Shejwar Minister of Forests, Planning, Economics and Statistics. BJP
5. Om Prakash Dhurve Minister of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection, Labour. BJP
6. Vijay Shah Minister of School Education. BJP
7. Gauri Shankar Bisen Minister of Farmers Welfare and Agriculture Development. BJP
8. Rustam Singh Minister of Public Health and Family Welfare. BJP
9. Archana Chitnis Minister of Women and Child Development. BJP
10. Umashankar Gupta Minister of Revenue, Science and Technology. BJP
11. Kusum Mehdele Minister of Public Health Engineering and Jail. BJP
12. Yashodhara Raje Scindia Minister of Sports and Youth Welfare, Religious Trusts and Endowment. BJP
13. Paras Chandra Jain Minister of Energy. BJP
14. Rajendra Shukla Minister of Mineral Resources, Commerce, Industry and Employment, Overseas Indian. BJP
15. Antar Singh Arya Animal Husbandry, Fisheries Fishermen Welfare and Development, Cottage and Village Industries, Environment. BJP
16. Rampal Singh Minister of Public Works, Law and Legislative Affairs. BJP
17. Maya Singh Minister of Urban Development and Housing. BJP
18. Bhupendra Singh Minister Of Home and Transport. BJP
19. Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya Minister of Higher Education, Public Service Management, Public Grievances Redressal. BJP
20. Narayan Singh Kushwaha Minister Of New & Renewal Energy. BJP

Minister of StateEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Deepak Joshi Minister of Technical Education and Skills Development, School Education. BJP
2. Lal Singh Arya Minister of Narmada Valley Development General Administration, Aviation, Happiness, Tribal Affairs, Scheduled Caste Welfare Department. BJP
3. Sharad Jain Minister of Medical Education, Public Health and Family Welfare and Parliamentary Affairs. BJP
4. Surendra Patwa Minister of Culture and Tourism. BJP
5. Harsh Singh Minister of Water Resources. BJP
6. Sanjay Pathak Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Higher Education, Social Justice and Disabled Welfare. BJP
7. Lalita Yadav Minister of Backward Class & Minority Welfare, Denotified Nomadic and Sem-Nomadic Caste Welfare, Women and Child Development. BJP
8. Vishvas Sarang Minister of Cooperatives, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation, Rural Development. BJP
9. Surya Prakash Meena Minister of Horticulture and Food Processing, Forest. BJP
10. Balkrishna Patidar Minister of Labour, Farmer Welfare & Agriculture Development. BJP
11. Jalam Singh Patel Minister of AYUSH,Cottage & Rural Industries, Public Health Engineering. BJP

Former MinistersEdit

SI No. Name Constituency Department Party
1. Babulal Gaur Minister of Home. BJP
2. Sartaj Singh Minister of Forest and Public Works Department. BJP
3. Gyan Singh Minister of Tribal Welfare, Scheduled Castes Welfare. BJP
4. Narottam Mishra Minister of Water Resources, Public Relations, Parliamentary Affairs. BJP

See alsoEdit