MK Stalin takes oath as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister today, check MK Stalin’s 33-member cabinet
DMK president MK Stalin will assume the office of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time and form his 33-member cabinet.
The DMK chief MK Stalin has been sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu on May 7, 2021, at Raj Bhavan in Chennai. Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath-taking ceremony.
The DMK president MK Stalin will assume the office of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time and form his 33-member cabinet after a massive victory at the Tamil Nadu Assembly Elections 2021.
The cabinet comprises 19 former and 15 fresh faces, among them two women ministers. His son Udhayanidhi was not included in the cabinet.
Chennai: DMK Chief MK Stalin takes oath as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.— ANI (@ANI) May 7, 2021
He is being administered the oath by Governor Banwarilal Purohit pic.twitter.com/e8IZT1aNFz
Tamil Nadu: Along with Chief Minister MK Stalin; 33 others take oath as Cabinet Ministers of state. pic.twitter.com/co3nu8gKzd— ANI (@ANI) May 7, 2021
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) had won 133 seats in the 234-assembly seats in the Tamil Nadu General Assembly Elections 2021 on May 2, 2021.
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit appointed DMK chief MK Stalin on May 5, 2021, as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu after the DMK chief MK Stalin along with general secretary Duraimurugan and party veterans met the Governor of Tamil Nadu at the Raj Bhavan and put forward a letter stating his election as leader of the DMK party, a Raj Bhavan release said.
MK Stalin will hold the following portfolios: Home, Special Initiatives, General Administration, Welfare of Differently-abled Persons, and Special Programme Implementation.
|Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin’s Cabinet|
|1||MK Stalin||Chief Minister, General administration, Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, other All-India Service, District revenue officers, Police, Home, Special initiatives, Special programme implementation, Welfare of differently abled persons|
|2||Duraimurugan||Minister for Water Resources|
|3||KN Nehru||Minister for Municipal Administration|
|4||I Periyasamy||Minister for Co-operation|
|5||K Ponmudi||Minister for Higher Education|
|6||EV Velu||Minister for Public Works (Buildings, Highways and Minor Ports)|
|7||MRK Panneerselvam||Minister for Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare, Agricultural Engineering, Agro Service Co-operatives, Horticulture, Sugarcane Excise, Sugarcane Development and Wasteland Development|
|8||KKSSR Ramachandran||Minister for Revenue and Disaster Management Revenue, District Revenue Establishment, Deputy Collectors, Disaster Management|
|9||Thangam Thennarasu||Minister for Industries, Tamil Official Language and Tamil Culture, Archaeology.|
|10||S Raghupathy||Minister for Law, Courts, Prisons and Prevention of Corruption|
|11||S Muthusamy||Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Rural Housing, Town Planning projects and Housing Development, Accommodation Control, Town Planning, Urban Development and Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority.|
|12||KR Periakaruppan||Minister for Rural Development, Panchayats and Panchayat Unions, Poverty Alleviation Programmes, Rural Indebtedness.|
|13||TM Anbarasan||Minister for Rural Industries including Anbarasan Rural industries, cottage industries, small industries, Slum Clearance Board|
|14||MP Saminathan||Minister for Information & Publicity, Film Technology and Cinematograph Act, Newsprint Control, Stationery and Printing, Government Press|
|15||P Geetha Jeevan||Minister for Social Welfare & Women Empowerment, Women and Children Welfare including Social Welfare, Orphanages and Correctional Administration, Integrated Child Development Scheme and Beggar Homes and Social Reforms and Nutritious Meal Programme|
|16||Anitha S Radhakrishnan||Minister for Fisheries -Fishermen Welfare and Animal Husbandry Fisheries and Fisheries Development Corporation and Animal Husbandry|
|17||SR Rajakannappan||Minister for Transport, Nationalised Transport and Motor Vehicles Act|
|18||K Ramchandran||Minister for Forests|
|19||R Sakkarapani||Minister for Food and Civil Supplies Food and Civil Supplies, Consumer Protection and Price Control|
|20||R Gandhi||Minister for Handlooms and Textiles Handlooms and Textiles, Khadi and Village Industries Board, Boodhan and Gramadhan.|
|21||MA Subramanian||Minister for Medical and Family Welfare Health, Medical Education and Family Welfare|
|22||P Moorthy||Minister for Commercial Taxes and Registration Commercial Taxes, Registration and Stamp Act, Weights and Measures, Debt Relief including legislation on Money lending, Chits and Registration of Companies|
|23||SS Sivasankar||Minister for Backward Classes Welfare, Most Backward Classes Welfare and De-notified Communities Welfare|
|24||PK Sekarbabu||Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments|
|25||Palanivel Thiagarajan||Minister for Finance and Human Resources Management Finance, Planning, Personnel and Administrative Reforms, Pensions and Pension allowances|
|26||SM Nasar||Minister for Milk & Dairy Development|
|27||Ginjee KS Masthan||Minister for Minorities Welfare and Non-Resident Tamils Welfare Refugees & Evacuees and Wakf Board|
|28||Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi||Minister for School Education|
|29||Siva V Meyyanathan||Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Youth Welfare and Sports Development|
|30||CV Ganesan||Minister for Labour Welfare and Skill Development Labour Welfare, Population, Employment and Training, Census, Urban and Rural Employment|
|31||T Mano Thangaraj||Minister for Information Technology|
|32||M Mathiventhan||Minister for Tourism and Tourism Development Corporation|
|33||N Kayalvizhi Selvaraj||Minister for Adi Dravidar Welfare, Hill Tribes and Bonded Labour Welfare|
|34||V Senthilbalaji||Minister for Electricity, Non Electricity, Prohibition & Excise Conventional Energy Development, Prohibition and Excise|
Who is MK Stalin?
DMK Chief MK Stalin, also the son of late M Karunanidhi, contested from the Kolathur constituency against Aadi Rajaram of AIADMK and J Arumugham of AMMK in the 2021 Tamil Nadu General Assembly Elections.
He has been representing this constituency since 2011. He started his political career after winning for the first time from Thousand Light constituency in 1989.
He has held the position of the Mayor of Chennai and the Deputy Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu during the reign of DMK from 2006 to 2011.