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6 Lawyers, 3 MBAs, 1 IAS, 2 Actors… Know the profession of all the Ministers in the Modi Cabinet

On Sunday, PM Modi took oath as Prime Minister for three consecutive times. There are 33 first-time ministers in the cabinet. This time seven women have been included in the cabinet. Along with this, there are six ministers who have been Chief Ministers. It includes names like Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Manohar Lal Khattar and HD Kumaraswamy.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi took oath with his entire cabinet on Sunday. 30 cabinet ministers have taken oath in PM Modi's council of 72 ministers. Out of these 30 ministers, six are lawyers while three hold MBA degrees. At the same time, 10 ministers are post graduates. Ashwini Vaishnav who became a minister in Modi Cabinet 3.0 is an ex-IAS. This includes 2 actors.

Chirag Paswan, who dropped out of engineering after 12 to try his hand at Bollywood, followed his father's path after failing in acting, while Suresh Gopi is the only face in Prime Minister Modi's new team who is a big star from the south and has become a state minister.

Prime Minister Modi and Rajnath Singh also have masters degrees. Cabinet Ministers Nitin Gadkari, JP Nadda, Piyush Goyal, Sarbanand Sonowal, Bhupendra Yadav and Kiran Rijiju are the six ministers who hold law degrees.

Ministers with post graduate degrees include Rajnath Singh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Nirmala Sitharaman, S Jaishankar, Dharmendra Pradhan, Dr. They include Virendra Kumar, Mansukh Mandaviya, Hardeep Singh Puri, Annapurna Devi and Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. At the same time, Manohar Lal Khattar, HD Kumaraswamy, Jitan Ram Manjhi, Rajeev Ranjan alias Lalan Singh, Prahlad Joshi and Giriraj Singh are ministers who are graduates.

Let us tell you that on Sunday, PM Modi took oath as Prime Minister for three consecutive times. There are 33 first-time ministers in the cabinet. This time seven women have been included in the cabinet.

Along with this, there are six ministers who have been Chief Ministers. It includes names like Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Manohar Lal Khattar and HD Kumaraswamy. Along with this, the new faces in the cabinet include Suresh Gopi, who is the only BJP MP elected from Kerala.

Eight Brahmin Pradhans, two Yadava Pradhans

In the Modi government 3.0, the BJP has also done caste arithmetic through the cabinet. 28 ministers have been made in the general category, considered as the main voters of the BJP. On the basis of caste, eight Brahmins and three Rajput leaders have been made ministers. The Modi government has two ministers each from Bhumihar, Yadav, Jat, Kurmi, Maratha and Vokkaliga classes.

Two ministers also belong to the Sikh community, which includes Jats and Punjabi Khatris. Along with Karnataka's dominant Lingayat community, faces from Nishad, Lodha caste and Mahadalit have also been made ministers. Along with West Bengal's dominant Matua community, one leader each from the Ahir, Gurjar, Khatik and Bania castes has managed to secure a place in the cabinet.

One minister each from these states in the Modi cabinet

From Chhattisgarh to the Union Territory of Delhi and Chhattisgarh, there are many states in the Modi cabinet where one minister each has been made. Chhattisgarh's Tokhan Sahu, Tamil Nadu's L Murugan, Goa's Sripad Naik, Uttarakhand's Ajay Tamta, Arunachal Pradesh's Kiren Rijiju, Himachal Pradesh's JP Nadda have been made ministers.

Two ministers have also been made in the Modi government from Union Territories. Harsh Malhotra from the Union Territory of Delhi and Jitendra Singh from Jammu and Kashmir have been named in the Modi Cabinet.

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