First C. Achutha Menon ministry

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First Achutha Menon Ministry
5th cabinet of Kerala
1969–1970
Kerala Council of Ministers 1969 Achutha Menon.jpg
Date formed1 November 1969
Date dissolved3 August 1970
People and organisations
Head of governmentC. Achutha Menon
Member partyCommunist Party of India
Opposition partyCommunist Party of India (Marxist)
History
Election(s)1967 Kerala Legislative Assembly election
PredecessorSecond E. M. S. Namboodiripad Ministry
SuccessorSecond Achutha Menon Ministry

The Council of Ministers (1969–70) of Legislative Assembly, Kerala state (better known as C. Achutha Menon ministry - first term) was the Council of Ministers, the executive wing of state government, in the Indian state of Kerala. The ministry was led (Chief Minister) by Communist Party of India leader C. Achutha Menon from 1 November 1969 to 3 August 1970 and had eight ministries.[1]

Ministers[edit]

Minister Ministry/Portfolio
1 C. Achutha Menon Chief Minister
2 P. Ravindran Minister for Industries and Labour
3 K.T.Jacob Minister for Revenue
4 C.H.Muhammad Koya Minister for Education and Home
5 K.Avukadarkutty Naha Minister for Local Administration
6 N.K.Seshan* Minister for Finance
7 O.Koran ** Minister for Irrigation & Agriculture
8 K.M.George Minister for Transport & Health

Resignations[edit]

N K Seshan resigned w.e.f. 2 April 1970 and O. Koran resigned w.e.f. 1 August 1970

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 8 July 2016. Retrieved 16 May 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)