Modi 3.0 Cabinet Portfolio Allocations: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has retained 34 ministers from his previous council, including 19 with Cabinet berths, as he begins his third term. Prominent names include Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nitin Gadkari, Nirmala Sitharaman, and S Jaishankar who have retained their previous portfolios, sources told ABP News. The ministries were unveiled the day after the oath ceremony where a total of 71 leaders from the NDA bloc took the oath to be included in the council of ministers. 

Check the full list of ministries revealed so far:

Cabinet Ministers


































Names Party Portfolio
1. Rajnath Singh BJP Minister of Defence
2. Amit Shah BJP Minister of Home Affairs
3. Nitin Jairam Gadkari BJP Minister of Road Transport and Highways
4. Jagat Prakash Nadda BJP Minister of Health and Family Welfare
5. Shivraj Singh Chouhan BJP Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and Minister of Rural Development and Minister of Panchayati Raj
6. Nirmala Sitharaman BJP Minister of Finance
7. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar BJP Minister of External Affairs
8. Manohar Lal Khattar BJP Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs
9. H. D. Kumaraswamy JD(S)  
10. Piyush Goyal BJP  
11. Dharmendra Pradhan BJP Minister of Education
12. Jitan Ram Manjhi HAM  
13. Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh JD(U)  
14. Sarbananda Sonowal BJP  
15. Virendra Kumar BJP  
16. Kinjarapu Rammohan Naidu TDP  
17. Pralhad Joshi BJP  
18. Jual Oram BJP  
19. Giriraj Singh BJP  
20. Ashwini Vaishnaw BJP Minister of Information and Broadcasting and Minister of Railways
21. Jyotiraditya M. Scindia BJP Minister of Culture
22. Bhupender Yadav BJP  
23. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat BJP  
24. Annpurna Devi BJP Minister of Women and Child Development
25. Kiren Rijiju BJP  
26. Hardeep Singh Puri BJP  
27. Mansukh Mandaviya BJP  
28. G. Kishan Reddy BJP  
29. Chirag Paswan LJP (Ram Vilas) Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports
30. C R Paatil BJP  

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)








1. Rao Inderjit Singh BJP  
2. Jitendra Singh BJP  
3. Arjun Ram Meghwal BJP  
4. Jadhav Prataprao Ganpatrao Shiv Sena  
5. Jayant Chaudhary RLD  

Ministers of State







































1. Jitin Prasada BJP  
 2. Shripad Yesso Naik BJP  
3. Pankaj Chaudhary BJP  
 4. Krishan Pal Gurjar BJP  
5. Ramdas Athawale RPI  
6.Ram Nath Thakur JD(U)  
7. Nityanand Rai BJP  
8. Anupriya Patel Apna Dal (Soneylal)  
9. V. Somanna BJP  
10. Chandra Sekhar Pemmasani TDP  
11. Satya Pal Singh Baghel BJP  
12. Shobha Karandlaje BJP  
13. Kirtivardhan Singh BJP  
14. B. L. Verma BJP  
15. Shantanu Thakur BJP  
16. Suresh Gopi BJP  
17. L. Murugan BJP  
18. Ajay Tamta BJP Road Transport and Highways
19. Bandi Sanjay Kumar BJP  
20. Kamlesh Paswan BJP  
21. Bhagirath Choudhary BJP  
22. Satish Chandra Dubey BJP  
23. Sanjay Seth BJP  
24. Ravneet Singh Bittu BJP

Minister of Minority Affairs.

25. Durgadas Uikey BJP  
26. Raksha Nikhil Khadse BJP  
27. Sukanta Majumdar BJP  
28. Savitri Thakur BJP  
29. Tokhan Sahu BJP  
30. Raj Bhushan Choudhary BJP  
31. Bhupathi Raju Srinivasa Varma BJP  
32. Harsh Malhotra BJP Road Transport and Highways
33. Nimuben Jayantibhai Bambhaniya BJP  
34. Murlidhar Mohol BJP  
35. George Kurian BJP  
36. Pabitra Margherita BJP  

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Modi Cabinet 3.0

The Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance came back to the Centre for a third term on Sunday as Narendra Modi took the oath of the office of Prime Minister.  BJP stalwarts Piyush Goyal, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Dharmendra Pradhan, and Bhupender Yadav, who transitioned from the Rajya Sabha to the Lok Sabha, retained their ministerial roles. Additionally, former Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal, Ashwini Vaishnaw, Virendra Kumar, Pralhad Joshi, Giriraj Singh, and Jual Oram were among those sworn in.

BJP chief JP Nadda, Jual Oram, and Ajay Tamta were among the ministers who were inducted into the Union cabinet after a gap. 

The Bharatiya Janata Party is continuing for a third term after the NDA won the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. The BJP, with 240 seats however fell short of crossing the majority mark making the saffron party reliant on allies like TDP and the JD(U).  



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