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List of current

Indian chief
ministers
Indian states according to party of their chief minister
   Bharatiya Janata Party
   Indian National Congress
   Other parties
   President's rule

In the Republic of India, a chief minister is


the head of government of each of twenty-
nine states and two union territories (Delhi
and Puducherry). According to the
Constitution of India, at the state-level, the
governor is de jure head, but de facto
executive authority rests with the chief
minister. Following elections to the state
legislative assembly, the governor usually
invites the party (or coalition) with a
majority of seats to form the government.
The governor appoints the chief minister,
whose council of ministers are collectively
responsible to the assembly. Given he has
the assembly's confidence, the chief
minister's term is usually for a maximum
of five years; there are no limits to the
number of terms he or she can serve.[1]

Since June 2018, the office of Chief


Minister of Jammu and Kashmir has been
vacant; President's rule is in force there. Of
the thirty incumbents, only one is a woman
—Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal.
Serving since March 2000 (for 19 years,
168 days), Odisha's Naveen Patnaik has
the longest incumbency. Amarinder Singh
(b. 1942) of Punjab is the oldest chief
minister while Arunachal Pradesh's Pema
Khandu (b. 1979) is the youngest.[2]
Thirteen incumbents belong to the
Bharatiya Janata Party and five to the
Indian National Congress; no other party
has more than one chief minister in office.

Current Indian chief


ministers
Colour key for parties
   Aam Aadmi Party
   All India Anna Dravida Munnetra
Kazhagam
   All India Trinamool Congress
   Bharatiya Janata Party
   Biju Janata Dal
   Communist Party of India (Marxist)
   Indian National Congress
   Janata Dal (United)
   Mizo National Front
   Nationalist Democratic Progressive
Party
   National People's Party
   Sikkim Krantikari Morcha
   Telangana Rashtra Samithi
   YSR Congress Party
   N/A (President's rule)
State
Took office
(past chief Name[3] Portrait Party[a] Ref
(tenure length)
ministers)

Andhra Y. S.
30 May 2019 [4]
Pradesh Jaganmohan YSR Congress Party
(82 days)
(list) Reddy

Arunachal
17 July 2016 [5][6]
Pradesh Pema Khandu Bharatiya Janata Party
(3 years, 34 days)
(list)

Assam Sarbananda 24 May 2016 [7]


Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) Sonowal (3 years, 88 days)

Bihar 22 February 2015 [8]


Nitish Kumar Janata Dal (United)
(list) (4 years, 179 days)

Chhattisgarh 17 December 2018 Indian National [9]


Bhupesh Baghel
(list) (246 days) Congress

Delhi[b] 14 February 2015 [10]


Arvind Kejriwal Aam Aadmi Party
(list) (4 years, 187 days)

Goa 19 March 2019 [11]


Pramod Sawant Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (154 days)

Gujarat 7 August 2016 [12]


Vijay Rupani Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (3 years, 13 days)

Haryana Manohar Lal 26 October 2014 [13]


Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) Khattar (4 years, 298 days)
[14]
Himachal Jai Ram Thakur 27 December 2017 Bharatiya Janata Party
Pradesh (1 year, 236 days)
(list)

Jammu and
Vacant[c] 20 December 2018 [16]
Kashmir N/A
(President's rule) (243 days)
(list)

Jharkhand 28 December 2014 [17]


Raghubar Das Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (4 years, 235 days)

Karnataka 26 July 2019 [18]


B. S. Yediyurappa Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (25 days)

Kerala 25 May 2016 Communist Party of [19]


Pinarayi Vijayan
(list) (3 years, 87 days) India (Marxist)

Madhya
17 December 2018 Indian National [20]
Pradesh Kamal Nath
(246 days) Congress
(list)

Maharashtra Devendra 31 October 2014 [21]


Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) Fadnavis (4 years, 293 days)

Manipur 15 March 2017 [22]


N. Biren Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (2 years, 158 days)

Meghalaya 6 March 2018 [23]


Conrad Sangma National People's Party
(list) (1 year, 167 days)

[24]
Mizoram Zoramthanga 15 December 2018 Mizo National Front
(list) (248 days)
Nagaland 8 March 2018 Nationalist Democratic [25]
Neiphiu Rio
(list) (1 year, 165 days) Progressive Party

5 March 2000
Odisha [26]
Naveen Patnaik (19 years, Biju Janata Dal
(list)
168 days)

Puducherry[b] 6 June 2016 Indian National [27]


V. Narayanasamy
(list) (3 years, 75 days) Congress

Punjab 16 March 2017 Indian National [28]


Amarinder Singh
(list) (2 years, 157 days) Congress

Rajasthan 17 December 2018 Indian National [29]


Ashok Gehlot
(list) (246 days) Congress

Sikkim Prem Singh 27 May 2019 Sikkim Krantikari [30]


(list) Tamang (85 days) Morcha

Tamil Nadu Edappadi K. 16 February 2017 All India Anna Dravida [31]
(list) Palaniswami (2 years, 185 days) Munnetra Kazhagam

K.
Telangana 2 June 2014 Telangana Rashtra [32]
Chandrashekhar
(list) (5 years, 79 days) Samithi
Rao

[33]
Tripura Biplab Kumar 9 March 2018 Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) Deb (1 year, 164 days)
Uttar Pradesh 19 March 2017 [34]
Yogi Adityanath Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) (2 years, 154 days)

Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh 18 March 2017 [35]


Bharatiya Janata Party
(list) Rawat (2 years, 155 days)

West Bengal Mamata 20 May 2011 All India Trinamool [36]


(list) Banerjee (8 years, 92 days) Congress

Notes
a. This column names only the chief
minister's party. The ministry (s)he
heads may be a complex coalition of
several parties and independents;
those are not listed here.
b. Although Delhi and Puducherry each
have an elected legislature and a
council of ministers (headed by the
chief minister), they are officially union
territories.
c. President's rule is imposed after the
mandatory Governor's rule as per the
Constitution of Jammu and
Kashmir.[15]

See also
List of current Indian governors,
lieutenant governors and administrators
List of current Indian chief justices
List of current Indian legislative
speakers and chairmen
List of current Indian opposition leaders
List of current Indian deputy chief
ministers

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