Who are the present ministers of Karnataka?

Who are the present ministers of Karnataka?


SL.No. Name of Minister Department
2 Sri. Govind M. Karjol Major and Medium Irrigation
3 Sri. K.S. Eshwarappa Rural Development and Panchayat Raj
4 Sri. R. Ashoka Revenue (excluding Muzarai)
5 Sri. B. Sriramulu Transport and ST Welfare

Who is the education minister of Karnataka 2020?

S. Suresh Kumar
Minister of Primary & Secondary Education 20 August 2019 – 28 July 2021
Minister of Labour 27 September 2019 – 10 February 2020
In office 30 May 2008 – 13 May 2013
Ministry Term

Who is Karnataka agriculture minister?

Union Minister for Agriculture Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday inaugurated three centres of excellence: one for mango in Kolar, pomegranate in Bagalkot and for vegetables in Dharwad. Yediyurappa, Deputy Chief Minister Govid M. Karjol and Horticulture Minister N.

Who is food minister of Karnataka?

Umesh Vishwanath Katti
List Of Karnataka Cabinet Ministers

Name Portfolio
Sri V. Somanna Housing, Infrastructure Development
Sri Umesh Vishwanath Katti Forest, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumers Affairs
Sri S Angara Fisheries, Port and Inland Transport
Sri J.C. Madhu Swamy Minor Irrigation, Law, Parliamentary Affairs & Legislation

How many ministers are there in Karnataka?

As of August 2021, the Government of Karnataka consists of 30 ministers including Chief Minister.

Who is the current Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka?

List of deputy chief ministers of Karnataka

Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka
Emblem of Government of Karnataka
Incumbent Vacant since 26 July 2021
Appointer Governor of Karnataka on the advice of the Chief Minister of Karnataka
Precursor Govind Karjol, C. N. Ashwath Narayan, Laxman Savadi (26 August 2019-26 July 2021)

Who is current Home Minister of Karnataka?

Home Minister

Name & Designation Phone Number
Shri Araga Jnanendra Home Minister 080- 22252292

Who is civil supply minister in Karnataka?

minister Umesh V Katti
BELAGAVI: Karnataka food and civil supplies minister Umesh V Katti, who has made headlines in the past with his controversial statements, landed in fresh trouble after he told a farmer-activist enquiring about foodgrain allotment to “go die”, following it up by saying that it is a “good time for farmers to die”.

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