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    Third Vajpayee ministry

    Third Vajpayee ministry

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    Third Vajpayee ministry

    18th ministry of the Republic of India

    Date formed 13 October 1999

    Date dissolved 22 May 2004

    People and organisations

    Head of state K. R. Narayanan (until 25 July 2002)

    A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

    (from 25 July 2002)

    Head of government Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    Deputy head of government L. K. Advani

    Member parties

    National Democratic Alliance

    Bharatiya Janata Party

    Shiv Sena Shiromani Akali Dal Lok Janshakti Party Samata Party Biju Janata Dal

    Dravida Munnetra Kazagham

    Janata Dal (United)

    All India Trinamool Congress

    Status in legislature Coalition

    299 / 545 (55%)

    Opposition party Indian National Congress

    (Congress alliance)

    Opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (in Lok Sabha)

    (13 October 1999 – 6 February 2004)

    Manmohan Singh (in Rajya Sabha)

    (21 March 1998 – 21 May 2004)

    History Election(s) 1999

    Outgoing election 2004

    Legislature term(s) 4 years, 222 days

    Predecessor Second Vajpayee ministry

    Successor First Manmohan Singh ministry

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    Atal Bihari Vajpayee was sworn in as Prime Minister of India for third time on 13 October 1999. He headed his Third Vajpayee Ministry. Here is the list of ministers in his ministry.

    Contents

    1 Cabinet ministers

    2 Ministers of state

    3 Demographics of the Council of Ministers

    4 Reshuffles 5 References 6 External links

    Cabinet ministers[edit]

    Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party

    Prime Minister

    Atal Bihari Vajpayee

    13 October 1999 22 May 2004   BJP

    Deputy Prime Minister

    L. K. Advani[1]

    29 June 2002 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Home Affairs

    L. K. Advani

    13 October 1999 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of External Affairs

    Jaswant Singh

    13 October 1999 1 July 2002   BJP

    Yashwant Sinha

    1 July 2002 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Finance Yashwant Sinha

    13 October 1999 1 July 2002   BJP

    Jaswant Singh

    1 July 2002 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Defence George Fernandes[2]

    13 October 1999 16 March 2001   SAP

    Jaswant Singh

    18 March 2001 15 October 2001   BJP

    George Fernandes

    15 October 2001 22 May 2004   SAP

    Minister of Agriculture

    Nitish Kumar

    22 November 1999 3 March 2000   SAP

    Sunder Lal Patwa

    6 March 2000 27 May 2000   BJP

    Nitish Kumar

    27 May 2000 22 July 2001   SAP

    Ajit Singh

    22 July 2001 24 May 2003   RLD

    Rajnath Singh

    24 May 2003 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution

    Shanta Kumar[4]

    13 October 1999 1 July 2002   BJP

    Sharad Yadav[3]

    1 July 2002 22 May 2004   JD(U)

    Minister of Labour

    Satyanarain Jatia[5]

    22 November 1999 1 September 2001   BJP

    Sharad Yadav[6]

    1 September 2001 1 July 2002   JD(U)

    Sahib Singh Verma

    1 July 2002 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Commerce and Industry

    Murasoli Maran

    13 October 1999 9 November 2002   DMK

    Arun Shourie

    9 November 2002 29 January 2003   BJP

    Arun Jaitley

    29 January 2003 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Smll Scale Industries, Agro and Rural Industries

    Vasundhara Raje

    (Independent Charge)

    13 October 1999 1 September 2001   BJP

    Minister of Small Scale Industries

    Vasundhara Raje

    (Independent Charge)

    1 September 2001 29 January 2003   BJP

    C. P. Thakur

    29 January 2003 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Agro & Rural Industries

    Kariya Munda

    1 September 2001 29 January 2003   BJP

    Sangh Priya Gautam

    (Independent Charge)

    29 January 2003 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Textiles

    Kashiram Rana

    13 October 1999 24 May 2003   BJP

    Syed Shahnawaz Hussain[7]

    24 May 2003 22 May 2004   BJP

    Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises

    Manohar Joshi[8]

    13 October 1999 9 May 2002   SHS

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