Modi Takes Oath for Record Third Term Amid Speculation Over New Cabinet

New Delhi – Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the oath of office today for a historic third term, matching the record set by India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. The swearing-in ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan drew significant attention as PM Modi, yet to reveal the full composition of his new cabinet, was joined by approximately 50 ministers-elect taking the oath of the constitution.

The spotlight remained on the Rashtrapati Bhavan as political analysts and the public eagerly awaited the announcement of the new cabinet. The list of ministers who took the oath alongside PM Modi includes some of the most prominent and influential figures in Indian politics. Here is the complete list of the 30 Cabinet Ministers who were sworn in:

  • Rajnath Singh
  • Amit Shah
  • Nitin Gadkari
  • JP Nadda
  • Shivraj Singh Chouhan
  • Nirmala Sitharaman
  • S. Jaishankar
  • Manohar Lal Khattar
  • HD Kumaraswamy
  • Piyush Goyal
  • Dharmendra Pradhan
  • Jitan Ram Manjhi
  • Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh
  • Sarbananda Sonowal
  • Dr. Virendra Kumar
  • Kinjarapu Ram Mohan Naidu
  • Pralhad Joshi
  • Jual Oram
  • Giriraj Singh
  • Ashwini Vaishnaw
  • Jyotiraditya Scindia
  • Bhupender Yadav
  • Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
  • Annapurna Devi
  • Kiren Rijiju
  • Hardeep Singh Puri
  • Mansukh Mandaviya
  • G. Kishan Reddy
  • Chirag Paswan
  • C.R. Patil
  • Rao Inderjit Singh
  • Jitendra Singh
  • Arjun Ram Meghwal
  • Prataprao Ganpatrao Jadhav
  • Jayant Chaudhary
  • Jitin Prasada
  • Shripad Naik
  • Pankaj Chaudhary
  • Krishan Pal Gurjar
  • Ramdas Athawale
  • Ram Nath Thakur
  • Nityanand Rai
  • Anupriya Patel
  • V. Somanna
  • Dr. Chandra Sekhar Pemmasani
  • SP Singh Baghel
  • Shobha Karandlaje
  • Kirti Vardhan Singh
  • B.L. Verma
  • Shantanu Thakur
  • Suresh Gopi
  • L. Murugan
  • Ajay Tamta

As the nation watches closely, PM Modi’s new government faces the significant task of addressing the pressing issues and fulfilling the promises made during the election campaign. The composition of the cabinet is expected to reflect the government’s priorities and strategic direction for the next five years.