List of Ministers in the Nitish Kumar Cabinet 2022 – Latest List

List of Ministers in the Nitish Kumar Cabinet 2022 – Latest List – A week after taking oath as deputy along with Tejashwi Yadav, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today expanded his two-member cabinet. A total of 31 ministers were inducted into the revised council of ministers, with the Rashtriya Janata Dal having the largest share of ministers.

The RJD has got 16 ministerial berths, followed by JDU with 11, Congress with 2, HAM with 1. Independent candidate Sumit Kumar Singh was sworn in as a minister in Kumar’s cabinet. Lalu Prasad Yadav’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav also took oath. The departments will be announced in the afternoon.

At 11:30 am today, 31 members of the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ (grand alliance) took oath as ministers in Kumar’s new cabinet at Raj Bhavan. The maximum size of Kumar’s cabinet is 36, leaving room for expansion in the future. The RJD, which is the single largest party in the state, today got the lion’s share with 16 members of the party joining as ministers. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar is likely to retain the home portfolio.

List of Ministers in the Nitish Kumar Cabinet 2022 - Latest List
List of Ministers in the Nitish Kumar Cabinet

List of Ministers in the Nitish Kumar Cabinet 2022 – Latest List

  1. Tej Pratap Yadav, RJD
  2. Alok Kumar Mehta, RJD
  3. Anita Devi, RJD
  4. Surendra Prasad Yadav, RJD
  5. Chandra Shekhar, RJD
  6. Lalit Yadav, RJD
  7. Jitendra Kumar Rai, RJD
  8. Rama Nand Yadav, RJD
  9. Sudhakar Singh, RJD
  10. Kumar Sarvjeet, RJD
  11. Surendra Ram, RJD
  12. Shamim Ahmad, RJD
  13. Mohammed Shahnawaz Alam, RJD
  14. Mohammad Israil Mansuri, RJD
  15. Kartik Singh, RJD
  16. Samir Kumar Mahaseth, RJD
  17. Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, JD(U)
  18. Bijendra Prasad Yadav, JD(U)
  19. Ashok Choudhary, JD(U)
  20. Sheela Mandal, JD(U)
  21. Shrawan Kuma, JD(U)
  22. Sanjay Jha, JD(U)
  23. Leshi Singh, JD(U)
  24. Mohd Zama Khan, JD(U)
  25. Jayant Raj Kushwaha, JD(U)
  26. Madan Sahni, JD(U)
  27. Sunil Kumar, JD(U)
  28. Md Afaque Alam, Congress
  29. Murari Prasad Gautam, Congress
  30. Santosh Suman Manjhi, HAM
  31. Sumit Singh, Independent

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