Who is union Minister of India?

Who is union Minister of India?

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Party
Minister of Defence Rajnath Singh BJP
Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar BJP
Minister of Home Affairs Ministry of Co-operation Amit Shah BJP
Minister of Finance Minister of Corporate Affairs Nirmala Sitharaman BJP

How many union Ministers are there in India?

Current Ministries There are 51 Union ministries in India.

What is Union Minister of State?

India: A Minister of State is a junior minister in the Council of Ministers in the Union Government who may assist a cabinet minister or have independent charge of a ministry. The Constitution of India restricts the number of ministers of state in the federal government.

How Cabinet Ministers are chosen in India?

The members of the Council of Ministers, including the prime minister, are either chosen from parliament or elected thereto within six months of assuming office. The council as a whole is responsible to the Lok Sabha.

Who is the head of the Council of Minister?

the prime minister
…executive power rests with the Council of Ministers, headed by the prime minister, who is chosen by the majority party or coalition in the Lok Sabha and is formally appointed by the president.

Who is the prime minister in India?

Narendra ModiSince 2014
India/Prime minister

Who are the current ministers of India?

The current Home Minister of India is Rajnath Singh . Unlike the current PM he has actual degree in MSc Physics from Gorakhapur University UP.

Who is the current Chief Minister of India?

Nitish Kumar is the current chief minister of Bihar , India since 2017.

Who is the Minister of Finance in India?

Arun Jaitley is an Indian politician and lawyer who is the current Finance Minister, Minister of Corporate Affairs and Minister of Defence in the Cabinet of India .

Who is the Home Ministry of India?

From 26 May 2014 to 30 May 2019, the Home Minister of India was Rajnath Singh of the Bharatiya Janata Party, taking over the reins from Sushilkumar Shinde. On 31 May 2019, following the swearing-in of the Second Modi Ministry Amit Shah assumed the office as its 31st occupant.

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