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    New Faces in Modi Cabinet 3.0: Departments and Ministers Announced

    PM Modi's new Cabinet includes 72 ministers, 11 from NDA allies. Key portfolios: Home to Amit Shah, Defence to Rajnath Singh, Finance to Nirmala Sitharaman.

    Modi Cabinet 3.0: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given out ministers to ministers who were sworn in on Sunday for the Modi Cabinet 3.0. He has been more inclined towards experience and has rewarded the Home Ministry to Amit Shah, Defence Ministry to Rajnath Singh, and Finance to Nirmala Sitharaman. And External to Jaishankar, and the Road and Highways Ministry to Nitin Gadkari.

    The role of Agriculture and Rural Development has been entrusted to Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The post of Aviation Minister has been assigned to Rammohan Naidu from TDP. He will succeed Jyotiraditya Scindia. JP Nadda is the new Health Minister in the Modi Cabinet 3.0.

    Modi Cabinet 3.0 started revealing itself on Sunday evening when Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister. With 30 Cabinet Ministers, 5 Ministers of State with Independent charge, and 36 Ministers of State (MoS). The new Council of Ministers in the Modi Cabinet 3.0 is led by PM Modi. 72-membered and has 11 ministers from the NDA allies including TDP, JDU, LJP, Shiv Sena, etc.

    PM Modi has maintained the best performers like Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, S Jaishankar, and Nirmala Sitharaman. And Hardeep Singh Puri. JP Nadda, who is the current BJP National President, was also in Modi 1.0 and is also back in the Modi Cabinet 3.0.

    Modi Cabinet 3.0

     No  Cabinet, MoS Ministers   Portfolios 
     Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy; Department of Space
    2 Rajnath Singh Minister of Defence
    3 Amit Shah Minister of Home Affairs; Minister of Cooperation
    4 Nitin Gadkari Minister for Road Transport & Highways
    5 JP Nadda Minister of Health; and Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers
    6 Shivraj Singh Chouhan Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare; Minister of Rural Development
    7 Nirmala Sitharaman Minister of Finance; Minister of Corporate Affairs
    8 S Jaishankar Ministry of External Affairs
    9 Manohar Lal Khattar Housing and Urban Affairs, Power
    10 HD Kumaraswamy Minister of Heavy Industries; Minister of Steel
    11 Piyush Goyal Minister of Commerce and Industry
    12 Dharmendra Pradhan Education Ministry
    13 Jitan Ram Manjhi Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
    14 Lalan Singh Minister of Panchayati Raj; Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying
    15 Sarbananda Sonowal Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways
    16 Virendra Kumar Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment
    17 Ram Mohan Naidu Aviation Ministry
    18 Pralhad Joshi Minister of Consumer Affairs
    19 Jual Oram Minister of Tribal Affairs
    20 Giriraj Singh Minister of Textiles
    21 Ashiwnin Vaishnaw Minister of Railways, Minister of Information and Broadcasting
    22 Jyotiraditya Scindia Minister of Development of North Eastern Region and Telecom
    23 Bhupendra Yadav Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
    23 Gajendra Singh Shekhawat Minister of Culture; Minister of Tourism
    24 Annapurna Devi Minister of Women and Child Development
    25 Kiran Rijiju Minister of Parliamentary Affairs; Minister of Minority Affairs
    26 Hardeep Singh Puri Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas
    27 Mansukh Mandaviya Minister of Labour and Employment; Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports
    28 G Kishan Reddy Minister of Coal, Mines
    29 Chirag Paswan Minister of Food Processing Industries
    30 CR Patil Minister of Jal Shakti
    Minister of State (Independent Charge) 
    1 Rao Inderjeet Singh Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation; Ministry of Planning; Ministry of Culture
    2 Dr Jitendra Singh Ministry of Science and Technology; Ministry of Earth Sciences, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
    3 Arjun Ram Meghwal Ministry of Law and Justice; Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
    4 Jadhav Pratap Rao Ministry of Ayush; Health and Family Welfare
    5 Jayant Chaudhary Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship; Ministry of Education
    Minister of State (MoS)
    1 Jitin Prasad Commerce and Industry; Electronics and Information Technology
    2 Shripad Yesso Naik Power Ministry
    3 Pankaj Chaudhary Ministry of Finance
    4 Krishan Pal Ministry of Cooperation
    5 Ramdas Athawale Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
    6 Ramnath Thakur Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
    7 Nityanand Rai Ministry of Home Affairs
    8 Anupriya Patel Health and Family Welfare; and Chemicals and Fertilizers.
    9 V Somanna Ministry of Jal Shakti, Railways Ministry
    10 Chandra Sekhar Pemmasani Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Communications
    11 SP Singh Baghel Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying; Ministry of Panchayati Raj
    12 Sobha Karandlaje Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
    13 Kirti Vardhan Singh Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change; Ministry of External Affairs
    14 BL Verma Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution; Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
    15 Shantanu Thakur Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways
    16 Suresh Gopi Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas; Minister of State in the Ministry of Tourism
    17 L Murugan Ministry of Information and Broadcasting; Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
    18 Ajay Tamta Minister for Road Transport & Highways
    19 Bandi Sanjay Kumar Ministry of Home Affairs
    20 Kamlesh Paswan  Ministry of Rural Development
    21 Bhagirath Choudhary Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
    22 Satish Chandra Dubey Ministry of Coal, Ministry of Mines
    23 Sanjay Seth Ministry of Defence
    24 Ravneet Singh Bittu Ministry of Food Processing Industries; Ministry of Railways
    25 Durga Das Uikey Ministry of Tribal Affairs
    26 Raksha Nikhil Khadse Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports
    27 Sukanta Majumdar Ministry of Education, Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region
    28 Savitri Thakur Ministry of Women and Child Development
    29 Tokhan Sahu Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
    30 Raj Bhushan Chaudhary Ministry of Jal Shakti
    31 Bhupathi Raju Srinivasa Varma Ministry of Heavy Industries, Ministry of Steel
    32 Harsh Malhotra Minister for Road Transport & Highways
    33 Nimuben Jayantibhai Bambhaniya Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
    34 Murlidhar Mohol Ministry of Cooperation, Ministry of Civil Aviation
    35 George Kurian Ministry of Minority Affairs, Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying
    36 Pabitra Margherita Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Textiles

     

    Some of the ministers who got selected in Modi’s council of ministers for the first time are Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Manohar Lal Khattar, and HD Kumaraswamy. Chouhan has been an MP five times from Vidisha, and Khattar from Karnal, and Kumaraswamy from Mandya.

    A two-time Haryana Chief Minister, Khattar was once a pracharak of the RSS. He resigned as chief minister in March after Chautala’s JJP withdrew support to the government over the allocation of seats for the Lok Sabha polls.

    Some of the first-timers are TDP’s Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu and Chandrasekhar Pemmasani, JDU’s Lalan Singh and Ram Nath Thakur, RLD’s Jayant Chaudhary, LJP’s Chirag Paswan and HD Kumaraswamy.

    RLD is a legendary political party of Uttar Pradesh which was founded by the Late Ajit Singh, Jayant Chaudhary is the current chief of RLD, he also joined NDA prior to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections after BJP offered the posthumous Bharat Ratna to his grandfather. ” For instance, the RLD managed to get two of the five seats in western Uttar Pradesh, namely the Baghpat and Bijnor constituencies.

    In Hajipur Babulal’s son Chirag Paswan, who took the place of his deceased father Ram Vilas Paswan, was victorious. LJP pledged all the five seats it fought for in Bihar, marking an emphatic return in the wake of the volatile aftermath of Ram Vilas Paswan’s demise in 2020.

    Ram Nath Thakur of JDU, the sitting MP from Araria, is a son to the late Karpoori Thakur who was a socialist leader from Bihar and former chief minister. Thakur is particularly associated with Nitish Kumar and is socially influential among the ‘least favored’ sections of society which are the MBCs. This candidate, Nitish Kumar, had earlier been a minister for Bihar from 2005 to 2010.

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