Second Manmohan Singh ministry
|Second Manmohan Singh Ministry|
|20th ministry of the Republic of India|
|Date formed||22 May 2009|
|Date dissolved||26 May 2014|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Pratibha Patil (until 25 July 2012) Pranab Mukherjee (from 25 July 2012)|
|Head of government||Dr.Manmohan singh|
|Member parties||Indian National Congress|
Nationalist Congress Party
Lok Janshakti Party
Dravida Munnetra Kazagham
Rashtriya Janata Dal
Paattali Makkal Katchi
Indian Union Muslim League
|Status in legislature||Coalition |
322 / 545 (59%)
|Opposition party||Bharatiya Janata Party (NDA)|
|Opposition leader||Sushma Swaraj (in Lok Sabha)|
Arun Jaitley (in Rajya Sabha)
|Legislature term(s)||5 years and 4 days|
|Predecessor||First Manmohan Singh ministry|
|Successor||First Modi ministry|
Treaties and accords
Missions and agencies
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The Second ministry of Manmohan Singh came into existence after the general election in 2009. The results of the election were announced on 16 May 2009 and led to the formation of the 15th Lok Sabha. Manmohan Singh took the oath as the 13th Prime Minister of India on 22 May 2009, followed by the oath-taking ceremonies of the Council of Ministers in two phases. They remained in office until next election
List of Council of Ministers
Ministers of State (Independent Charge)
A 'Minister of State with independent charge' is a junior Minister in the Federal (State) or Central Government of India but is in charge of a ministry, unlike Minister of State who is also a junior Minister but assists a cabinet minister. All the following ministers are from the Indian National Congress.
Source: Council of Ministers
Ministers of State
Demographics of the Ministers
Ministers by Party
Source: Various news organisations
The new United Progressive Alliance (UPA) included 77 members, 76 members in the cabinet plus Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The first 20 cabinet ministers including Manmohan Singh, swore in on 22 May 2009, while the other 59 cabinet members swore in on 27 May 2009. The non-Congress cabinet ministers, include Sharad Pawar and Praful Patel from Nationalist Congress Party, Farooq Abdullah from National Conference and Ajit Singh from RLD.
|Party||# Cabinet Ministers||# Ministers of State (I)||# Ministers of State||Total number of ministers|
|Indian National Congress||28||12||30||71|
|Nationalist Congress Party||2||0||1||3|
|Jammu and Kashmir National Conference||1||0||0||1|
|Rashtriya Lok Dal||1||0||0||1|
|Indian Union Muslim League||0||0||1||1|
Ministers by States
|State||# Cabinet Ministers||# Ministers of State(I)||# Ministers of State||Total number of ministers|
|Jammu and Kashmir||2||—||—||2|
|Andaman and Nicobar Islands||—||—||—||—|
|Dadra and Nagar Haveli||—||—||—||—|
|Daman and Diu||—||—||—||—|
Entities in the Prime Minister's Office
- From October 2011, the post of Secretary under Prime Ministers office has been eliminated as per policy.
|T. K. A. Nair||Advisor to PM||Minister of State Rank|
|Pulok Chatterji||Principal Secretary|
|Shivshankar Menon||National Security Adviser||Minister of State Rank|
|Pankaj Pachauri||Communications Adviser|
L. K. Atheeq
|PMO Personal Staff|
|J P Arya||Joint Director|
|P K Bali
K Salil Kumar
|Sources: Office of the PM of India|
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