Nitish Kumar Cabinet 2020: Full list of ministers and their portfolios in new Bihar govt

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Updated: Nov 17, 2020 1:15 PM

Bihar Election Result 2020, Nitish Kumar Cabinet Ministers List 2020: In the last Cabinet of Nitish Kumar, 12 ministers were from the BJP and 18 were from the JDU. However, in the last election, the JDU had got 71 seats and the BJP had 53.

Bihar Govt. Formation, Nitish Kumar Cabinet List 2020From the winning side, the BJP emerged the single largest party by bagging 74 seats.

Nitish Kumar Cabinet Ministers Full List 2020: The NDA under the leadership of Nitish Kumar has returned to power with a comfortable majority of 125 seats. The ruling alliance has defeated the grand alliance of the RJD, Congress, CPI, CPI-M and CPI-ML. From the winning side, the BJP emerged the single largest party by bagging 74 seats. The JDU, on the other hand, slipped to the second position with 43 seats, 28 less than what it got in 2015. With this mandate, chief minister Nitish Kumar has once again occupied the highest chair in the state. After the results were clear, Nitish Kumar on Wednesday saluted the public for the majority for the NDA and also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The NDA is yet to decide on dates of the oath-taking ceremony.

In the last Cabinet of Nitish Kumar, 12 ministers were from the BJP and 18 were from the JDU. However, in the last election, the JDU had got 71 seats and the BJP had 53. But now the equation has changed with the saffron party taking its tally to 74, 31 seats more than the JDU.
 

Bihar Full List of Ministers in 2020

List of leaders sworn-in on 16-09-2020

Nitish Kumar: Chief Minister

Tarkishore Prasad: Deputy Chief Minister. 

Renu Devi: Deputy Chief Minister

Other Cabinet Ministers

Mangal Pandey: BJP leader took oath as a cabinet minister. 

Amarendra Pratap Singh: BJP leader Amarendra Pratap Singh also took oath as the cabinet minister.

Mukesh Sahni: Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) leader Mukesh Sahni is the only member of the party inducted into the Bihar cabinet.

Santosh Kumar Suman: Son of Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) chief Jitan Ram Manjhi, took oath as a cabinet minister in Bihar. 

Ashok Choudhary: JD(U) Bihar working president took oath as Cabinet minister

Vijay Kumar Choudhary: Speaker of state assembly and JD(U) leader took oath as a cabinet minister

Vijendra Prasad Yadav: Vijendra Prasad Yadav is a JD(U) leader. He also took oath as a cabinet minister.

Mewa Lal Choudhary: JD(U) leader Mewa Lal Chaudhary also took oath as a cabinet minister

Full List of Ministers in previous Bihar government led by Nitish Kumar (2017)

Nitish Kumar – Chief Minister 

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General Administration
Cabinet Secretariat
Vigilance
Election
Other departments not allocated to any Minister

Sushil Kumar Modi – Deputy CM

Finance
Commercial Taxes
Environment & Forest
Information Technology

Brijendra Prasad Yadav – JDU

Prem Kumar – BJP

Ashok Choudhary – JDU

Nand Kishor Yadav – BJP

Sharawan Kumar – JDU

Ram Narayan Mandal – BJP

Jai Kumar Singh – JDU

Mangal Pandey – BJP

Krishana Nandan Prasad – JDU

Pramod Kumar – BJP

Maheshwar Hazari – JDU

Vinod Narayan Jha – BJP

Shailesh Kumar – JDU

Suresh Kumar Sharma – BJP

Santosh Kumar Nirala – JDU

Vijay Kumar Sinha – BJP

Feroz Ahmad – JDU

Rana Randhir – BJP

Madan Sahni – JDU

Krishna Kumar Rishi – BJP

Ramesh Rishidev – JDU

Brij Kishor BInd – BJP

Narendra Narayan Yadav – JDU

Bima Bharti – JDU

Sanjay Kumar Jha – JDU

Ramsevak Singh – JDU

Neeraj Kumar – JDU

Lakshmeshwar Rai – JDU

 

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