Updated June 10th, 2024 at 20:25 IST

Rajnath, Amit Shah, Gadkari: Full List of 72 Ministers In Modi 3.0 Cabinet

Modi 3.0 Cabinet Swearing-in: The swearing-in ceremony witnessed a total of 72 leaders taking the oath to join Modi 3.0 Cabinet.

Reported by: Digital Desk
Edited by: Surabhi Shaurya
Modi 3.0 Cabinet Swearing-in | Image:Republic Digital
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New Delhi: Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister of India for the third consecutive term on Sunday, marking a historic milestone. Only Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India, had achieved this feat before him. After PM Modi was sworn in, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nitin Gadkari, and JP Nadda were administered the oath of office by President Droupadi Murmu. The swearing-in ceremony witnessed a total of 72 leaders taking the oath to join Modi 3.0 Cabinet. 

List of Ministers Sworn-in In Modi 3.0 Cabinet   

Narendra Modi - Prime Minister (BJP)

  1. Rajnath Singh  - BJP
  2. Amit Shah  - BJP
  3. Nitin Gadkari - BJP
  4. JP Nadda - BJP
  5. Shivraj Singh Chouhan - BJP
  6. Nirmala Sitharaman - BJP
  7. Dr S Jaishankar - BJP
  8. Manohar Lal Khattar - BJP
  9. HD Kumaraswamy - JDS
  10. Piyush Goyal - BJP
  11. Dharmendra Pradhan - BJP
  12. Jitan Ram Manjhi-Hindustan Awam Morcha (HAM)
  13. Rajeev Ranjan Singh (Lallan Singh)  - JDU
  14. Sarbananda Sonowal - BJP
  15. Dr. Virendra Kumar - BJP
  16. Kinjarapu Ram Mohan Naidu- TDP
  17. Prahlad Joshi- BJP   
  18. Jual Oram - BJP
  19. Giriraj Singh - BJP
  20. Ashwini Vaishnaw - BJP 
  21. Jyotiraditya M Scindia - BJP
  22. Bhupender Yadav - BJP
  23. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat - BJP
  24. Annpurna Devi - BJP
  25. Kiren Rijiju - BJP 
  26. Hardeep Singh Puri- BJP
  27. Mansukh Mandaviya - BJP
  28. G Kishan Reddy - BJP
  29. Chirag Paswan - LJP 
  30. CR Patil - BJP 

Minister of State (Independent Charge)

  1. Rao Inderjit Singh - BJP
  2. Dr. Jitendra Singh - BJP
  3. Arjun Ram Meghwal - BJP 
  4. Prataprao Ganpatrao Jadhav - Shiv Sena 
  5. Jayant Chaudhary - RLD
  6. Jitin Prasada - BJP
  7. Shripad Yesso Naik - BJP
  8. Pankaj Chaudhary -BJP 
  9. Krishan Pal - BJP
  10. Ramdas Athawale - Republican Party of India (RPI)
  11. Ramnath Thakur - JDU
  12. Nityanand Rai - BJP
  13. Anupriya Patel - Apna Dal 
  14. V Somanna - BJP
  15. Dr. Chandra Sekhar Pemmasani - TDP
  16. Prof. SP Singh Baghel - BJP 
  17. Shobha Karandlaje - BJP
  18. Kirti Vardhan Singh - BJP
  19. BL Verma - BJP
  20. Shantanu Thakur - BJP
  21. Suresh Gopi - BJP
  22. L Murugan - BJP
  23. Ajay Tamta - BJP 
  24. Bandi Sanjay Kumar - BJP
  25. Kamlesh  Paswan - BJP
  26. Bhagirath Choudhary - BJP
  27. Satish Chandra Dubey - BJP
  28. Sanjay Seth - BJP
  29. Ravneet Singh Bittu - BJP
  30.  Durga Das Uikey - BJP
  31. Raksha Khadse - BJP
  32. Sukanta Majumdar - BJP 
  33. Savitri Thakur - BJP
  34. Tokhan Sahu - BJP
  35.  Raj Bhushan Choudhary - Vikassheel Insaan Party
  36.  Bhupathiraju Srinivasa Varma - BJP
  37.  Harsh Malhotra - BJP
  38. Nimuben Bambhaniya - BJP
  39. Murlidhar Mohol - BJP  
  40.  George Kurian - BJP 
  41.  Pabitra Margherita - BJP    

Modi secured his return as Prime Minister as the NDA clinched victory in 293 out of the 543 seats in the 2024 Lok Sabha election. However, the BJP fell short of the majority mark on its own, securing 240 seats. With the magic number in the Lok Sabha being 272, coalition dynamics became pivotal for governance.

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Published June 9th, 2024 at 19:59 IST