Cabinet Ministers of IndiaCabinet Ministers of India 2014 – 15th Prime Minister Narendra Modi :– Do You Know about the Cabinet of India ??.Cabinet Ministers of India-Union Cabinet, is the collective decision-making body of the Government of India, consists of the Prime Minister and the cabinet ministers. The 16th Lok Sabha of India came into being on 26th May 2014 with the oath taking ceremony of the 15th Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with other cabinet ministers.

Prime Minister: Narendra Modi: Personnel, public grievances and pensions, department of atomic energy, department of space, all important policy issues and other portfolios not allocated to any minister. 

Cabinet ministers

Rajnath Singh: Home affairs 

Sushma Swaraj: External affairs, overseas Indian affairs 

Arun Jaitley: Finance, corporate affairs, defence 

M Venkaiah Naidu: Urban development, housing and urban poverty alleviation, parliamentary affairs 

Nitin Gadkari: Road transport and highways, shipping 

D V Sadananda Gowda: Railways 

Uma Bharati: Water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation 

Najma A Heptulla: Minority affairs 

Gopinathrao Munde: Rural development, panchayati raj, drinking water and sanitation 

Ram Vilas Paswan: Consumer affairs, food and public distribution 

Kalraj Mishra: Micro, small and medium enterprises 

Maneka Gandhi: Women and child development 

Ananth Kumar: Chemicals and fertilizers 

Ravi Shankar Prasad: Communications and information technology, law and justice 

Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati: Civil aviation 

Anant Geete: Heavy industries and public enterprises 

Harsimrat Kaur Badal: Food processing industries 

Narendra Singh Tomar: Mines, steel, labour and employment 

Jual Oram: Tribal affairs 

Radha Mohan Singh: Agriculture 

Thaawar Chand Gehlot: Social justice and empowerment 

Smriti Irani: Human resource development 

Harsh Vardhan: Health and family welfare 

Minister of states

V K Singh: Development of northeastern region (independent charge), external affairs, overseas Indian affairs 

Inderjit Singh Rao: Planning (independent charge), statistics and programme implementation (independent charge), defence 

Santosh Kumar Gangwar: Textiles (independent charge), parliamentary affairs, water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation 

Shripad Yesso Naik: Culture (independent charge), tourism (independent charge) 

Dharmendra Pradhan: Petroleum and natural gas (independent charge) 

Sarbananda Sonowal: Skill development, entrepreneurship, youth affairs and sports (independent charge) 

Prakash Javadekar: Information and broadcasting (independent charge), environment, forest and climate change (independent charge), parliamentary affairs 

Piyush Goyal: Power (independent charge), coal (independent charge), new and renewable energy (independent charge) 

Jitendra Singh: Science and technology (independent charge), earth sciences (independent charge), Prime Minister office, personnel, public grievances and pensions, department of atomic energy, department of space 

Nirmala Sitharaman: Commerce and industry (independent charge), finance, corporate affairs 

G M Siddeshwara: Civil aviation 

Manoj Sinha: Railways 

Nihalchand: Chemicals and fertilizers 

Upendra Kushwaha: Rural development, panchayati raj, drinking water and sanitation 

P Radhakrishnan: Heavy industries and public enterprises 

Kiren Rijiju: Home affairs 

Krishan Pal: Road transport and highways, shipping 

Sanjeev Kumar Balyan: Agriculture, food processing industries 

Mansukhbhai Dhanjibhai Vasava: Tribal affairs 

Raosaheb Dadarao Danve: Consumer affairs, food and public distribution 

Vishnu Deo Sai: Mines, steel, labour and employment 

Sudarshan Bhagat: Social justice and empowerment 

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