Fifth Farhaz Hazarika ministry

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Fifth Farhaz Hazarika ministry

28th ministry of Vishwamitra
Portrait of Farhaz Hazarika
Date formed9 October 2023 (2023-10-09)
People and organisations
Head of stateVaruna Sriraya
Head of governmentFarhaz Hazarika
Deputy head of governmentPrincess Sarala
Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLacia
No. of ministers10
Member parties  National People's Congress
Status in legislatureMajority
Lok Sabha
12 / 20 (60%)
Opposition party  Vishwamitran National Party
4 / 20 (20%)
Opposition leaderDevin Purcell
History
Election(s)2023 general election
Legislature term(s)16th
PredecessorFourth Farhaz Hazarika ministry

The Fifth Farhaz Hazarika ministry is the 28th and current union council of ministers of Vishwamitra under the premiership of Farhaz Hazarika which was formed on 9 October 2022 following the landslide victory of the National People's Congress in the 2023 general election in which it secured 12 of the 20 seats of the Lok Sabha and later also received support from four independent MPs. This was the fourth consecutive cabinet headed by prime minister Farhaz Hazarika thus becoming the first prime minister ever to head four union ministries consecutively.

Background

The 2023 general election resulted in a landslide victory of the National People's Congress which won 12 of the 20 seats while the opposition Vishwamitran National Party ended up winning only 4 seats. Four Independent candidates were also elected and they extended their support to the ruling NPC.

The 16th Lok Sabha was constituted on 9 October 2022 by the Rashtradhyaksh.

Composition

The cabinet was formed on 9 October 2023 with three ministers, namely. Prime Minister Farhaz Hazarika and two deputy prime ministers, Princess Sarala and Arthur Lacey-Scott-FitzLacia.

On 13 October 2023, the other ministers were appointed. Those appointed as cabinet-rank ministers included Jayden Dagsa, Matthew Tonna, Tyler Mullins and Suryadeva Kapei, while those appointed as ministers of state were Johannes Mattias Toome, Shivangi Roy and Ezekiel Ensor.

Changes

  • The first reshuffle took place on 20 December 2023 in which the portfolios of Deputy Prime Minister Princess Sarala, Cabinet Ministers Jayden Dagsa, Tyler Mullins, Suryadeva Kapei and Minister of State Ezekiel Ensor were reshuffled. Ensor was appointed as Minister of State with independent charge.

List of members

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party Remarks
Prime Minister
And also in-charge of all other important portfolios and
policy issues not allocated to any other Minister.
9 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
Deputy Prime Ministers9 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
9 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of Home Affairs13 October 202320 December 2023 NPCPrime Minister was responsible.
20 December 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of Finance13 October 202320 December 2023 NPC 
20 December 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of External Affairs
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
13 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of National Defence13 October 202320 December 2023 NPC 
20 December 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of Social Affairs
Minister of Law and Justice
13 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of National Development13 October 202320 December 2023 NPC 
20 December 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of Federal Affairs and Administration13 October 2023Incumbent NPC 
Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports13 October 202320 December 2023 NPC 
20 December 2023Incumbent NPCMinister of State (I/C) was responsible.

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Union Cabinet Affairs13 October 2023Incumbent NPC

Ministers of State

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State in the Ministry of National Defence13 October 2023Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs
Minister of State in the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Administration
13 October 2023Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs13 October 2023Incumbent NPC
Minister of State in the Ministry of National Development13 October 2023Incumbent NPC
Ezekiel Ensor
(Culture)
13 October 2023Incumbent NPC

See also

References