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As of March 2020 , the Indian National Congress (INC) is in power in the states of Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan where the party has majority support. In Puducherry it shares power with alliance partner Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam . The party during the post-independence era has governed most of the States and union territories of India.

Chief Ministers from the Indian National Congress

Andhra Pradesh

No Name Portrait Term of office Days in office
Chief Minister of Andhra State
1 T. Prakasam Tanguturi Prakasam 1972 stamp of India.jpg 1 October 1953 15 November 1954 410
2 B. Gopala Reddy
MLA for Atmakur
Bezawada Gopal Reddy.png 28 March 1955 1 November 1956 584
Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh
1 Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
MLA for Kalahasti
NeelamSanjeevaReddy.jpg 1 November 1956 11 January 1960 1167
2 Damodaram Sanjivayya
MLA from Kurnool
Damodaram Sanjivayya 2008 stamp of India.jpg 11 January 1960 12 March 1962 790
(1) Neelam Sanjiva Reddy
MLA from Dhone
NeelamSanjeevaReddy.jpg 12 March 1962 20 February 1964 719
3 Kasu Brahmananda Reddy
MLA from Narasaraopet
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy 2011 stamp of India.jpg 21 February 1964 30 September 1971 2777
4 P. V. Narasimha Rao
MLA from Manthani
Pumapaparti.N.rao.jpg 30 September 1971 10 January 1973 468
5 Jalagam Vengala Rao
MLA for Vemsoor
10 December 1973 6 March 1978 1547
6 Marri Chenna Reddy
MLA from Medchal
6 March 1978 11 October 1980 950
7 Tanguturi Anjaiah
MLC, Hyderabad
11 October 1980 24 February 1982 501
8 Bhavanam Venkatarami Reddy
MLC, Guntur
24 February 1982 20 September 1982 208
9 Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy
MLA from Kurnool
20 September 1982 9 January 1983 111
(6) Marri Chenna Reddy
MLA from Sanathnagar
3 December 1989 17 December 1990 379
12 N. Janardhana Reddy
MLA from Venkatagiri
17 December 1990 9 October 1992 662
(9) Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy
MLA from Panyam
9 October 1992 12 December 1994 794
14 Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy
MLA from Pulivendla
YS Rajasekhara Reddy 2010 stamp of India.jpg 14 May 2004 2 September 2009 1938
15 K. Rosaiah
MLC, Guntur
Konijeti Rosaiah BNC.jpg 3 September 2009 24 November 2010 448
16 N. Kiran Kumar Reddy
MLA from Pileru
Kiran Kumar Reddy.JPG 25 November 2010 1 March 2014 1193

Arunachal Pradesh

S No. Name
(Constituency)
Term Days in Office
3 Gegong Apang
MLA for Tuting Yingkiong
18 January 1980 19 January 1999 6940
4 Mukut Mithi
MLA for Roing
19 January 1999 3 August 2003 1658
(3) Gegong Apang [2]
MLA for Tuting Yingkiong
3 August 2003 9 April 2007 1346
5 Dorjee Khandu
MLA for Mukto
9 April 2007 30 April 2011 1483
6 Jarbom Gamlin
MLA for Liromoba
5 May 2011 1 November 2011 181
7 Nabam Tuki
MLA for Sagalee
1 November 2011 26 January 2016 1547
(7) Nabam Tuki[1]
MLA for Sagalee
13 July 2016 17 July 2016 4
9 Pema Khandu
MLA for Mukto
17 July 2016[2] 16 September 2016 61

Assam

No Name Portrait Term of office[3] Days in office
1 Gopinath Bordoloi
MLA for Kamrup Sadar (South)
Gopinath Bordoloi.jpg 11 February 1946 6 August 1950 1,638
2 Bishnu Ram Medhi
MLA for Hajo
Bishnuram Medhi 1989 stamp of India.jpg 9 August 1950 27 December 1957 2,698
3 Bimala Prasad Chaliha
MLA for Sonari
28 December 1957 6 November 1970 4,696
4 Mahendra Mohan Choudhry
MLA for Gauhati East
11 November 1970 30 January 1972 446
5 Sarat Chandra Singha
MLA for Kokrajhar East
Sarat Chandra Singha.jpg 31 January 1972 12 March 1978 2,232
8 Anwara Taimur
MLA for Dalgaon
6 December 1980 30 June 1981 207
9 Kesab Chandra Gogoi
MLA for Dibrugarh
13 January 1982 19 March 1982 66
10 Hiteswar Saikia
MLA for Nazira
27 February 1983 23 December 1985 1,031
30 June 1991 22 April 1996 1,757
(Total 2,788)
12 Bhumidhar Barman
MLA for Barkhetry
Dr. Bhumidhar Barman, Former Chief Minister of Assam and Agriculture Adviser to the Chief Minister of Assam addressing at the Public Information Campaign on Bharat Nirman, organized by Press Information Bureau (cropped).jpg 22 April 1996 14 May 1996 23
13 Tarun Gogoi
MLA for Titabar
Tarun Gogoi - Kolkata 2013-02-10 4891 Cropped.JPG 17 May 2001 24 May 2016 5,485

Bihar

No Name[4] Portrait Term Days in office
1 Sri Krishna Singh
MLA for Basantpur West
Shri Krishna Singh 2016 stamp of India.jpg 2 April 1946 31 January 1961 5419 days
2 Deep Narayan Singh 1 February 1961 18 February 1961 18 days
3 Binodanand Jha
MLA for Rajmahal
18 February 1961 2 October 1963 926 days
4 K. B. Sahay
MLA for Patna West
K B Sahay.jpg 2 October 1963 5 March 1967 1250 days
6 Satish Prasad Singh 28 January 1968 1 February 1968 5 days
7 B. P. Mandal 1 February 1968 2 March 1968 31 days
9 Harihar Singh
MLA for Nayagram
26 February 1969 22 June 1969 117 days
10 Daroga Prasad Rai
MLA for Parsa
NitishKumarPayingTributeToDPRai.jpg 16 February. 1970 22 December 1970 310 days
(8) Bhola Paswan Shastri [3]
MLA for Korha
2 June 1971 9 January 1972 222 days
(total 335 days)
12 Kedar Pandey
MLA for Nautan
19 March 1972 2 July 1973 471 days
13 Abdul Gafoor
MLC
2 July 1973 11 April 1975 649 days
14 Jagannath Mishra
MLA for Jhanjharpur
11 April 1975 30 April 1977 750 days
8 June 1980 14 August 1983 1133 days
16 Chandrashekhar Singh 14 August 1983 12 March 1985 577 days
17 Bindeshwari Dubey
MLA for Shahpur
12 March 1985 13 February 1988 1068 days
18 Bhagwat Jha Azad
MLC
Bhagwat Jha Azad.jpg 14 February 1988 10 March 1989 391 days
19 Satyendra Narayan Sinha
MLC
11 March 1989 6 December 1989 271 days
(14) Jagannath Mishra [3]
MLA for Jhanjharpur
6 December 1989 10 March 1990 95 days
(Total 1978 days)

Chhattisgarh

Key
Current Chief Minister of the State Denotes the person is the incumbent chief minister
No Name Portrait Term Days in Office
1 Ajit Jogi
MLA for Marwahi
Ajit Jogi.png 1 November 2000 5 December 2003 1122 days
2 Current Chief Minister of the State Bhupesh Baghel
MLA for Patan
Bhupesh Baghel, June 2018.jpg 17 December 2018 Incumbent 332 days*

Delhi

No[a] Name
(constituency)
Portrait Term[5] Days in Office
1 Chaudhary Brahm Prakash Yadav
(Nangloi)
Ch Brahm Prakash.jpg 17 March 1952 12 February 1955 1062 days
2 Gurmukh Nihal Singh
(Darya Ganj)
Gurmukh Nihal Singh.png 12 February 1955 1 November 1956 628 days
Office abolished, 1956–93
6 Sheila Dikshit
(New Delhi)
The Chairperson, National Advisory Council, Smt. Sonia Gandhi and the Chief Minister of Delhi, Smt. Sheila Dikshit after casting their votes in Delhi Assembly Election, at Nirman Bhavan polling booth, in New Delhi (cropped).jpg 3 December 1998 1 December 2003 5504 days
1 December 2003 29 November 2008
30 November 2008 28 December 2013

Goa

No[b] Name
(constituency)
Portrait Term[6] Days in Office
Chief-Minister of Goa, Daman & Diu (Union Territory)
3 Pratapsingh Rane
Satari
Pratapsingh Rane.jpg 7 January 1985 30 May 1987 873 days
Chief-Minister of Goa (State)
(3) Pratapsingh Rane
Poriem
Pratapsingh Rane.jpg 30 May 1987 9 January 1990 955 days
9 January 1990 27 March 1990 77 days
6 Ravi S. Naik
Marcaim
25 January 1991 18 May 1993 844 days
7 Wilfred de Souza
Saligao
Dr Wilfred de Souza, file photo.JPG 18 May 1993 2 April 1994 319 days
(6) Ravi S. Naik [2]
Marcaim
2 April 1994 8 April 1994 6 days
(7) Wilfred de Souza [2]
Saligao
Dr Wilfred de Souza, file photo.JPG 8 April 1994 16 December 1994 252 days
(3) Pratapsingh Rane [2]
Poriem
Pratapsingh Rane.jpg 16 December 1994 29 July 1998 1321 days
8 Luizinho Faleiro
Navelim
26 November 1998 8 February 1999 77 days
9 June 1999 24 November 1999 168 days
(3) Pratapsingh Rane [3]
Poriem
Pratapsingh Rane.jpg 3 February 2005 4 March 2005 29 days
7 June 2005 7 June 2007 730 days
11 Digambar Kamat
Margao
Digambar Kamat.jpg 8 June 2007 8 March 2012 1735 days

Gujarat

No[c] Name
Constituency
Portrait Term of office[7] Days in office
1 Dr. Jivraj Narayan Mehta
Amreli
Jivraj Mehta.jpg 1 May 1960 3 March 1962 1238 days
3 March 1962 19 September 1963
2 Balwantrai Mehta
Bhavnagar
Balwantrai Mehta 2000 stamp of India.jpg 19 September 1963 19 September 1965 733 days
3 Hitendra Kanaiyalal Desai
Olpad
19 September 1965 3 April 1967 561 days
4 Ghanshyam Oza
Dehgam
17 March 1972 17 July 1973 488 days
5 Chimanbhai Patel
Sankheda
17 July 1973 9 February 1974 207 days
7 Madhav Singh Solanki
Bhadran
24 December 1976 10 April 1977 107 days
7 June 1980 10 March 1985 1737 days
11 March 1985 6 July 1985 117 days
8 Amarsinh Chaudhary
Vyara (ST)
6 July 1985 9 December 1989 1618 days
(7) Madhav Singh Solanki
Bhadran
10 December 1989 3 March 1990 85 days
(Total: 2049 days)
9 Chhabildas Mehta
Mahuva
17 February 1994 13 March 1995 391 days

Haryana

No[d] Name
Constituency
Portrait Term of office[8] Days in office
1 BhagwatiDayal Sharma
Jhajjar
Pt Bhagwat Dayal Sharma.jpg 1 November 1966 23 March 1967 143 days
3 Bansi Lal
Tosham
22 May 1968 30 November 1975 2749 days
4 Banarsi Das Gupta
Bhiwani
1 December 1975 30 April 1977 517 days
6 Bhajan Lal
Adampur
22 January 1980 5 July 1985 1992 days
(3) Bansi Lal 5 July 1985 19 June 1987 715 days
(6) Bhajan Lal
Adampur
23 July 1991 9 May 1996 1752 days [Total 3952 days]
9 Bhupinder Singh Hooda
Garhi,
Sampla,
Kiloi
Bhupinder Singh Hooda in WEF, 2010.jpg 5 March 2005 26 October 2014 3329 days

Himachal Pradesh

No[e] Name
Constituency
Portrait Term of office Days in office
1 Yashwant Singh Parmar
Pachhad
Yashwant Singh Parmar 1988 stamp of India.jpg 8 March 1952 31 October 1956 1699 Days
Office abolished, 1956–63
(1) Yashwant Singh Parmar
Renuka
Yashwant Singh Parmar 1988 stamp of India.jpg 1 July 1963 28 January 1977 4961 Days [Total 6660 Days]
2 Thakur Ram Lal
Jubbal Kotkhai
Thakur Ram Lal.jpg 28 January 1977 30 April 1977 93 Days
14 February 1980 7 April 1983 1148 Days [Total 1241 Days]
4 Virbhadra Singh
Jubbal Kotkhai
Virbhadra Singh HP.jpg 8 April 1983 8 March 1985 700 Days
8 March 1985 5 March 1990 1824 Days
3 December 1993 23 March 1998 1572 Days
6 March 2003 30 December 2007 1761 Days
25 December 2012 27 December 2017 1828 Days

[Total 7680 Days]

Jammu and Kashmir

No Name Portrait Term[9] Days in Office
Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir
1 Mehr Chand Mahajan 15 October 1947 5 March 1948 142 days
5 Ghulam Mohammed Sadiq
MLA for Tankipura
Gulam Mohammad Sadiq.png 29 February 1964 30 March 1965 395 days
Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir
1 Ghulam Mohammed Sadiq
MLA for Amirakadal
Gulam Mohammad Sadiq.png 30 March 1965 21 February 1967 693 days
21 February 1967 12 December 1971 1755 days
2 Syed Mir Qasim
MLA for Verinag
12 December 1971 – 17 June 1972 188 days
17 June 1972 25 February 1975 983 days
7 Ghulam Nabi Azad
MLA for Bhaderwah
Ghulam Nabi Azad-cropped.JPG 2 November 2005 11 July 2008 982 days

Karnataka

No.[f] Portrait Name Term Days in Office
Chief Minister of Mysore[g]
1 K. Chengalaraya Reddy K. C. Reddy.jpg 25 October 1947 30 March 1952 1618 days
2 K. Hanumanthaiah 30 March 1952 19 August 1956 1603 days
3 Kadidal Manjappa 19 August 1956 31 October 1956 73 days
Chief Minister of Mysore (following the state's reorganisation)[h]
4 S. Nijalingappa
MLA for Molakalmuru
Snijalingappa.jpg 1 November 1956 16 May 1958 562 days
5 B. D. Jatti
MLA for Jamkhandi
16 May 1958 9 March 1962 1393 days
6 S. R. Kanthi
MLA for Hungund
14 March 1962 20 June 1962 98 days
(4) S. Nijalingappa
MLA for Shiggaon
Snijalingappa.jpg 21 June 1962 28 May 1968 2168 days
Chief Minister of Karnataka
8 D. Devaraj Urs
MLA for Hunsur
Devaraj Urs.PNG 20 March 1972 31 December 1977 2112 days
28 February 1978 7 January 1980 678 days
9 R. Gundu Rao
MLA for Somwarpet
12 January 1980 6 January 1983 1090 days
(7) Veerendra Patil
MLA for Chincholi
30 November 1989 10 October 1990 314 days
12 S. Bangarappa
MLA for Sorab
17 October 1990 19 November 1992 764 days
13 M. Veerappa Moily
MLA for Karkala
Veerappa Moily BNC.jpg 19 November 1992 11 December 1994 752 days
16 S. M. Krishna
MLA for Maddur
Somanahalli Mallaiah Krishna (cropped).jpg 11 October 1999 28 May 2004 1691 days
17 Dharam Singh
MLA for Jewargi
Dharam Singh.jpg 28 May 2004 2 February 2006 615 days
22 Siddaramaiah
MLA for Varuna
Siddaramaiah (cropped).jpg 13 May 2013 15 May 2018 1828 days

Kerala

No. Name Portrait Term[12][13]
(tenure length)
Days in Office
Prime Minister of Travancore
1 Pattom A. Thanu Pillai 24 March 17 October 1948 210 days
2 Parur T. K. Narayana Pillai 22 October 1948 1 July 1949 253 days
Chief Minister of Travancore-Cochin
1 Parur T. K. Narayana Pillai 1 July 1949 1 March 1951 608 days
2 C. Kesavan C Kesavan 2018 stamp of India.jpg 3 March 1951 12 March 1952 377 days
3 A. J. John 12 March 1952 16 March 1954 734 days
5 Panampilly Govinda Menon 10 February 1955 23 March 1956 407 days
Chief Minister of Kerala
3 R. Sankar
MLA for Cannanore I
R. Sankar.jpg 26 September 1962 10 September 1964 715 days
5 K. Karunakaran
MLA for Mala
Karunakaran Kannoth.jpg 25 March 1977 25 April 1977 31 days
6 A. K. Antony
MLA for Kazhakkuttom
A. K. Antony.jpg 27 April 1977 27 October 1978 548 days
(5) K. Karunakaran
MLA for Mala
Karunakaran Kannoth.jpg 28 December 1981 17 March 1982 79 days
24 May 1982 25 March 1987 1766 days
24 June 1991 16 March 1995 1361 days; (Total 8 years, 315 days)
(6) A. K. Antony
MLA for Cherthala
A. K. Antony.jpg 22 March 1995 9 May 1996 414 days
17 May 2001 29 August 2004 1171 days;
(Total 5 years, 306 days)
10 Oommen Chandy
MLA for Puthuppally
Oommen Chandy, Chief Minister of Kerala (cropped).jpg 31 August 2004 12 May 2006 619 days
18 May 2011 20 May 2016 1829 days
(Total 5 years, 2 days)

Madhya Pradesh

No.[i] Name
Constituency
Portrait Tenure[14][15]
1 Ravishankar Shukla
MLA for Saraipali
RavishankarShukla.jpg
1 November 1956 31 December 1956 60 days
2 Bhagwantrao Mandloi
MLA for Khandwa
No image available.svg 9 January 1957 30 January 1957 21 days
3 Kailash Nath Katju
MLA for Jaora
Kailash Nath Katju 1987 stamp of India.jpg
31 January 1957 14 March 1957 5 years, 39 days
14 March 1957 11 March 1962
(2) Bhagwantrao Mandloi
MLA for Khandwa
No image available.svg 12 March 1962 29 September 1963 1 year, 201 days
4 Dwarka Prasad Mishra
MLA for Katangi
No image available.svg 30 September 1963 8 March 1967 3 years, 302 days
8 March 1967 29 July 1967
7 Shyama Charan Shukla
MLA for Rajim
Shyama Charan Shukla 2012 stamp of India.jpg
26 March 1969 28 January 1972 2 years, 308 daysl
8 Prakash Chandra Sethi
MLA for Ujjain Uttar
No image available.svg 29 January 1972 22 March 1972 3 years, 328 days
23 March 1972 23 December 1975
(7) Shyama Charan Shukla
MLA for Rajim
Shyama Charan Shukla 2012 stamp of India.jpg
23 December 1975 30 April 1977 1 year, 128 days
12 Arjun Singh
MLA for Churhat
Arjun Singh 237.jpg
9 June 1980 10 March 1985 4 years, 276 days
11 March 1985 12 March 1985
13 Motilal Vora
MLA for Durg
Motilal Vora.jpg
13 March 1985 13 February 1988 2 years, 337 days
(12) Arjun Singh
MLA for Kharsia
Arjun Singh 237.jpg
14 February 1988 23 January 1989 344 days
(13) Motilal Vora
MLA for Durg
Motilal Vora.jpg
25 January 1989 9 December 1989 318 days
(7) Shyama Charan Shukla
Shyama Charan Shukla 2012 stamp of India.jpg
9 December 1989 1 March 1990 82 days
14 Digvijaya Singh
MLA for Raghogarh
Digvijaya Singh.jpg
7 December 1993 1 December 1998 10 years, 0 days
1 December 1998 7 December 2003
18 Kamal Nath
MLA for Chhindwara
Kamal Nath 2012.jpg
17 December 2018 20 March 2020 1 year, 94 days

Maharashtra

No Name
(Constituency)
Portrait Term of office
Chief Ministers of Bombay State [j]
1 B. G. Kher BG Kher 1989 stamp of India.jpg 15 August 1947 21 April 1952 4 years, 250 days
2 Morarji Desai
Bulsar Chikhli
Morarji Desai (portrait).png
21 April 1952 31 October 1956 4 years, 193 days
Chief Ministers of Bombay State (after the States Reorganisation Act, 1956) [k]
3 Yashwantrao Chavan
Karad (North)
Y B Chavan (cropped).jpg
1 November 1956 5 April 1957 3 years, 181 days
5 April 1957 30 April 1960
Chief Ministers of Maharashtra
1 Yashwantrao Chavan
Karad North
Y B Chavan (cropped).jpg
1 May 1960 19 November 1962 2 years, 202 days
2 Marotrao Kannamwar
Saoli
No image available.svg 20 November 1962 24 November 1963 1 year, 4 days
3 P. K. Sawant Chiplun No image available.svg 25 November 1963 4 December 1963 9 days
4 Vasantrao Naik
Pusad
No image available.svg 5 December 1963 1 March 1967 11 years, 77 days
1 March 1967 13 March 1972
13 March 1972 20 February 1975
5 Shankarrao Chavan
Bhokar
No image available.svg 21 February 1975 16 May 1977 2 years, 84 days
6 Vasantdada Patil

MLC

Vasantdada Patil (1977).jpg
17 May 1977 5 March 1978 1 year, 62 days
8 Abdul Rehman Antulay
Shrivardhan
No image available.svg 9 June 1980 12 January 1982 1 year, 217 days
9 Babasaheb Bhosale
Kurla
No image available.svg 21 January 1982 1 February 1983 1 year, 11 days
(6) Vasantdada Patil [3]

Sangli

Vasantdada Patil (1977).jpg
2 February 1983 1 June 1985 2 years, 119 days
(of 3 years, 181 day)
10 Shivajirao Patil Nilangekar
Nilanga
No image available.svg 3 June 1985 6 March 1986 276 days
(5) Shankarrao Chavan [2]

MLC

No image available.svg 12 March 1986 26 June 1988 2 years, 106 days
(of 4 years, 190 days)
(7) Sharad Pawar [2]
Baramati
Sharad Pawar, Minister of AgricultureCrop.jpg
26 June 1988 3 March 1990 2 years, 364 days
(of 6 years, 221 days)
4 March 1990 25 June 1991
11 Sudhakarrao Naik
Pusad
No image available.svg 25 June 1991 22 February 1993 1 year, 242 days
(7) Sharad Pawar [3]

Baramati

Sharad Pawar, Minister of AgricultureCrop.jpg
6 March 1993 14 March 1995 2 years, 8 days
(of 6 years, 221 days)
14 Vilasrao Deshmukh
Latur City
Vilasrao Deshmukh at Innovation Partnerships Event May 8, 2012.jpg
18 October 1999 16 January 2003 3 years, 90 days
(of 7 years, 123 days)
15 Sushilkumar Shinde

Solapur South

Sushilkumar Shinde.JPG
18 January 2003 30 October 2004 1 year, 286 days
(14) Vilasrao Deshmukh [2]
Latur City
Vilasrao Deshmukh at Innovation Partnerships Event May 8, 2012.jpg
1 November 2004 4 December 2008 4 years, 33 days
(of 7 years, 123 days)
16 Ashok Chavan
Bhokar
Ashok Chavan 2010 - still 114915 crop.jpg
8 December 2008 15 October 2009 1 year, 336 days
7 November 2009 9 November 2010
17 Prithviraj Chavan
MLC
Prithviraj Chavan - India Economic Summit 2011.jpg
11 November 2010 26 September 2014 3 years, 319 days

Manipur

No[l] Name Portrait Tenure Days in Office
1 Mairembam Koireng Singh
MLA for Thanga
No image available.svg 1 July 1963 11 January 1967 3 years, 194 days
20 March 1967 4 October 1967 198 days
19 February 1968 16 October 1969 1 year, 239 days
(Total 2097 Days)
5 Raj Kumar Dorendra Singh
MLA for Yaiskul
No image available.svg 6 December 1974 15 May 1977 2 years, 160 days
14 January 1980 26 November 1980 317 days
6 Rishang Keishing
MLA for Phungyar
No image available.svg 27 November 1980 27 February 1981 92 days
19 June 1981 3 March 1988 6 years, 258 days
7 Raj Kumar Jaichandra Singh
MLA for Sagolband
No image available.svg 4 March 1988 22 February 1990 1 year, 355 days
(5) Raj Kumar Dorendra Singh
MLA for Yaiskul
No image available.svg 8 April 1992 10 April 1993 1 year, 2 days
(Total 1577 Days)
(6) Rishang Keishing
MLA for Phungyar
No image available.svg 14 December 1994 15 December 1997 3 years, 1 day
(Total 3491 Days)
11 Okram Ibobi Singh
MLA for Thoubal
Okram Ibobi Singh.JPG 7 March 2002 1 March 2007 15 years, 11 days
2 March 2007 5 March 2012
6 March 2012 14 March 2017

Meghalaya

No[m] Name Portrait Term of office[18] Days in office
1 Williamson A. Sangma
MLA for Siju
No image available.svg 22 November 1976 3 March 1978 437 Days
7 May 1981 24 February 1983 657 Days
2 April 1983 5 February 1988 1769 Days
4 P. A. Sangma
MLA for Tura
The former Lok Sabha Speaker Shri P.A. Sangma met the Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee in New Delhi on January 18, 2004 (cropped).png 6 February 1988 25 March 1990 779 Days
5 D.D. Lapang
MLA for Nongpoh
No image available.svg 5 February 1992 19 February 1993 381 Days
6 S. C. Marak
MLA for Resubelpara
No image available.svg 19 February 1993 27 February 1998 1835 Days
27 February 1998 10 March 1998 13 Days [Total 1848 Days]
(5) D. D. Lapang
MLA for Nongpoh
No image available.svg 4 March 2003 15 June 2006 1230 Days
9 J. D. Rymbai
MLA for Jirang
No image available.svg 15 June 2006 10 March 2007 268 Days
(5) D. D. Lapang
MLA for Nongpoh
No image available.svg 10 March 2007 4 March 2008 360 Days
4 March 2008 19 March 2008 16 Days
13 May 2009 19 April 2010 341 Days [Total 2328 Days]
11 Mukul Sangma
MLA for Ampati
Mukul Sangma.jpg 20 April 2010 5 March 2013 2877 Days
5 March 2013 6 March 2018

Mizoram

No Name Portrait Term Days in Office
3 Lal Thanhawla
MLA for Serchhip
Lal Thanhawla.jpg 5 May 1984 20 August 1986 2 years, 107 days
24 January 1989 7 December 1993 9 years, 313 days
8 December 1993 3 December 1998
11 December 2008 11 December 2013 10 years, 3 days
12 December 2013 14 December 2018

Nagaland

No Name Portrait Term Days in Office
(3) Hokishe Sema No image available.svg 29 October 1986 7 August 1988 648 days
(6) S. C. Jamir
MLA for Mokokchung Town
Governor S. C. Jamir with CM Naveen Patnaik and President Kovind (cropped).jpg 25 January 1989 10 May 1990 471 days
7 K. L. Chishi
MLA for Atoizu
No image available.svg 16 May 1990 19 June 1990 36 days
(6) S. C. Jamir
MLA for Aonglenden
Governor S. C. Jamir with CM Naveen Patnaik and President Kovind (cropped).jpg 22 February 1993 6 March 2003 3665 days

Odisha

No Name Portrait Term of office Days in office
1 Harekrushna Mahatab Harekrushna-Mahtab.jpg 23 April 1946 12 May 1950 1002 days
2 Nabakrushna Choudhury
MLA for Barchana
Nabakrushna-Choudhury.jpg 12 May 1950 20 Feb 1952 2352 days
20 Feb 1952 19 Oct 1956
(1) Harekrushna Mahatab
MLA for Soro
Harekrushna-Mahtab.jpg 19 October 1956 6 Apr 1957 1591 days (Total 2593 days)
6 Apr 1957 22 May 1959
22 May 1959 25 Feb 1961
3 Biju Patnaik
MLA for Choudwar
Biju-Patnaik.jpg 23 June 1961 2 October 1963 832 days
4 Biren Mitra
MLA for Cuttack City
Biren-Mitra.jpg 2 October 1963 21 February 1965 509 days
5 Sadashiva Tripathy
MLA for Omerkote
Sadasiva-Tripathy.jpg 21 February 1965 8 March 1967 746 days
8 Nandini Satpathy Nandini-Satapathy.jpg 14 June 1972 3 March 1973 263 days
(8) Nandini Satpathy
MLA for Dhenkanal
Nandini-Satapathy.jpg 6 March 1974 16 December 1976 1016 days (Total 1279 days)
9 Binayak Acharya
MLA for Berhampur
Binayak Acharya, Former CM, Odisha.jpg 29 December 1976 30 April 1977 123 days
11 Janaki Ballabh Patnaik
MLA for Athagarh
J B Pattnaik, Governor of Assam.jpg 9 June 1980 10 Mar 1985 3469 days
10 Mar 1985 7 Dec 1989
12 Hemananda Biswal
MLA for Laikera
Hemananda-Biswal.jpg 7 December 1989 5 March 1990 89 days
(11) Janaki Ballabh Patnaik
MLA for Begunia
J B Pattnaik, Governor of Assam.jpg 15 March 1995 17 February 1999 1437 days (Total 4906 days)
13 Giridhar Gamang
MLA for Laxmipur
Giridhar-Gamang.jpg 17 February 1999 6 December 1999 291 days
(12) Hemananda Biswal
MLA for Laikera
Hemananda-Biswal.jpg 6 December 1999 5 March 2000 91 days (Total 180 days)

Puducherry

Key
Current Chief Minister of the State Denotes the person is the incumbent chief minister
S. No. Name
Constituency
Portrait Tenure
1 Edouard Goubert Puducherry Edouard Goubert-statue.JPG 1 July 1963 24 August 1964 1 year, 54 days
2 V. Venkatasubha Reddiar
(Nettapacom)
V Venkatasubha Reddiar 2011 stamp of India.jpg 11 September 1964 9 April 1967 2 years, 228 days
3 M. O. H. Farook
(Karaikal North)
9 April 1967 6 March 1968 332 days
(2) V. Venkatasubha Reddiar
(Nettapacom)
V Venkatasubha Reddiar 2011 stamp of India.jpg 6 March 1968 18 September 1968 196 days
(3) M. O. H. Farook
(Lawspet)
16 March 1985 4 March 1990 4 years, 353 days
6 V. Vaithilingam
(Nettapakkam)
Vaithilingam.jpg 4 July 1991 13 May 1996 4 years, 314 days
8 P. Shanmugam
(Yanam)
22 March 2000 15 May 2001 1 year, 55 days
24 May 2001 26 October 2001 164 days
9 N. Rangaswamy
(Thattanchavady)
N. Rangaswamy.jpg 27 October 2001 12 May 2006 4 years, 198 days
13 May 2006 4 September 2008 2 years, 115 days
(6) V. Vaithilingam
(Nettapakkam)
Vaithilingam.jpg 4 September 2008 16 May 2011 2 years, 252 days
10 Current Chief Minister of the State V. Narayanasamy
(Nellithope)
VNarayanasamy.jpg 6 June 2016 Incumbent 4 years, 140 days

Rajasthan

Key
Current Chief Minister of the State Denotes the person is the incumbent chief minister
No Name Portrait Tenure Days in Office
1 Heera Lal Shastri Hiralal Shastri 1976 stamp of India.jpg 7 April 1949 5 January 1951 639 days
2 C. S. Venkatachari No image available.svg 6 January 1951 25 April 1951 110 days
3 Jai Narayan Vyas Jai Narayan Vyas 1974 stamp of India.jpg 26 April 1951 3 March 1952 313 days
4 Tika Ram Paliwal
MLA for Mahuwa
No image available.svg 3 March 1952 31 October 1952 243 days
(3) Jai Narayan Vyas [2]
MLA for Kishangarh
Jai Narayan Vyas 1974 stamp of India.jpg 1 November 1952 12 November 1954 742 days
(Total 1055 days)
5 Mohan Lal Sukhadia
MLA for Udaipur
Mohan Lal Sukhadia 1988 stamp of India.jpg 13 November 1954 13 March 1967 4503 days
26 April 1967 9 July 1971 1535 days
(Total 6038 days)
6 Barkatullah Khan
MLA for Tijara
No image available.svg 9 July 1971 11 August 1973 765 days
7 Hari Dev Joshi
MLA for Banswara
No image available.svg 11 August 1973 29 April 1977 1389 days
9 Jagannath Pahadia
MLA for Weir
Jagannath Pahadia.jpg 6 June 1980 13 July 1981 403 days
10 Shiv Charan Mathur
MLA for Mandalgarh
The Governor of Assam, Shri Shiv Charan Mathur calls on the Vice President, Shri Mohd. Hamid Ansari, in New Delhi on July 23, 2008.jpg 14 July 1981 23 February 1985 1320 days
11 Hira Lal Devpura
MLA for Kumbhalgarh
No image available.svg 23 February 1985 10 March 1985 16 days
(7) Hari Dev Joshi [2]
MLA for Banswara
No image available.svg 10 March 1985 20 January 1988 1046 days
(10) Shiv Charan Mathur [2]
MLA for Mandalgarh
The Governor of Assam, Shri Shiv Charan Mathur calls on the Vice President, Shri Mohd. Hamid Ansari, in New Delhi on July 23, 2008.jpg 20 January 1988 4 December 1989 684 days
(total 2004 days)
(7) Hari Dev Joshi [3]
MLA for Banswara
No image available.svg 4 December 1989 4 March 1990 91 days
(Total 2526 days)
12 Current Chief Minister of the State Ashok Gehlot
MLA for Sardarpura
Ashok Gehlot 2012.jpg 1 December 1998 8 December 2003 1834 days
12 December 2008 13 December 2013 1822 days
17 December 2018 Incumbent 1 year, 312 days

Sikkim

No Name Portrait Tenure Days in Office
1 Kazi Lhendup Dorjee Kazi Lhendup Dorjee .jpg 16 May 1975 17 August 1979 1,554 days
3 B. B. Gurung
MLA for Jorthang-Nayabazar
No image available.svg 11 May 1984 25 May 1984 14 days

Tamil Nadu

No. Name Portrait Tenure Days in Office
Chief-Ministers of Madras Presidency
8 C. Rajagopalachari Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari 1973 stamp of India.jpg 14 July 1937 29 October 1939 837 days
9 Tanguturi Prakasam Tanguturi Prakasam 1972 stamp of India.jpg 30 April 1946 23 March 1947 327 days
10 O. P. Ramaswamy Reddiyar OP Ramaswamy Reddiyar 2010 stamp of India.jpg 23 March 1947 6 April 1949 745 days
11 P. S. Kumaraswamy Raja PS Kumaraswamy Raja 1999 stamp of India.jpg 6 April 1949 26 January 1950 295 days
Chief-Ministers of Madras State
1 P. S. Kumaraswamy Raja PS Kumaraswamy Raja 1999 stamp of India.jpg 27 January 1950 9 April 1952 805 days
2 C. Rajagopalachari Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari 1973 stamp of India.jpg 10 April 1952 12 April 1954 733 days
3 K. Kamaraj K Kamaraj 1976 stamp of India.jpg 13 April 1954 31 March 1957 1,083 days
13 April 1957 1 March 1962 1,783 days
15 March 1962 2 October 1963 566 days
4 M. Bhakthavatsalam M Bhaktavatsalam 2008 stamp of India.jpg 3 October 1963 5 March 1967 1,251 days

Tripura

No Name Portrait Tenure[19] Days in Office
1 Sachindra Lal Singh
MLA for Agartala Sadar II
1 July 1963 1 November 1971 3046 days
2 Sukhamoy Sen Gupta
MLA for Agartala Town III
20 March 1972 31 March 1977 1838 days
6 Sudhir Ranjan Majumdar
MLA for Town Bordowali
5 February 1988 19 February 1992 1476 days
7 Samir Ranjan Barman
MLA for Bishalgarh
19 February 1992 10 March 1993 386 days

Uttar Pradesh

No Name
Constituency
Portrait Tenure[20][21] Days in Office
1 Govind Ballabh Pant
Bareilly Municipality
Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant.jpg 26 January 1950 20 May 1952 4 years, 335 days
20 May 1952 27 December 1954
2 Sampurnanand
Varanasi South
Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Shri Swarupanand.jpg 28 December 1954 9 April 1957 5 years, 344 days
10 April 1957 6 December 1960
3 Chandra Bhanu Gupta
Ranikhet South
7 December 1960 14 March 1962 2 years, 298 days
14 March 1962 1 October 1963
4 Sucheta Kripalani
Mendhwal
2 October 1963 13 March 1967 3 years, 162 days
(3) Chandra Bhanu Gupta [2]
Ranikhet
14 March 1967 2 April 1967 19 days
26 February 1969 17 February 1970 356 days
7 Kamalapati Tripathi
Chandauli
4 April 1971 12 June 1973 2 years, 69 days
8 Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna
Bara
Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna 2018 stamp of India.jpg 8 November 1973 4 March 1974 2 years, 21 days
5 March 1974 29 November 1975
9 N. D. Tiwari
Kashipur
Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari.jpg 21 January 1976 30 April 1977 1 year, 99 days
11 Banarasi Das
Hapur
Banarasi Das 2013 stamp of India.jpg 28 February 1979 17 February 1980 354 days
12 V. P. Singh
Tindwari
V. P. Singh (cropped).jpg 9 June 1980 18 July 1982 2 years, 39 days
13 Sripati Mishra
Isauli
19 July 1982 2 August 1984 2 years, 14 days
(9) N. D. Tiwari [2]
Kashipur
Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari.jpg 3 August 1984 10 March 1985 1 year, 52 days
11 March 1985 24 September 1985
14 Vir Bahadur Singh
Paniyara
24 September 1985 24 June 1988 2 years, 274 days
(9) N. D. Tiwari [3]
Kashipur
Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari.jpg 25 June 1988 5 December 1989 1 year, 163 days

Uttarakhand

No. Name Portrait Term[22]
1 N. D. Tiwari Shri Narayan Dutt Tiwari.jpg 2 March 2002 7 March 2007 5 years, 5 days
2 Vijay Bahuguna 13 March 2012 31 January 2014 1 year, 324 days
3 Harish Rawat HarishRawat.jpg 1 February 2014 27 March 2016 2 years, 55 days
21 April 2016 22 April 2016 1 day
11 May 2016 18 March 2017 311 days
(Total 3 years, 2 days)

West Bengal

No. Name Portrait Tenure[23] Days in Office
Prime Ministers of West Bengal[n]
1 Prafulla Chandra Ghosh 15 August 1947 22 January 1948 160 days
2 Bidhan Chandra Roy Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy in 1943.jpg 23 January 1948 25 January 1950 733 days
Chief Ministers of West Bengal
(2) Bidhan Chandra Roy
Bowbazar[o]
Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy in 1943.jpg 26 January 1950 30 March 1952 12 years, 156 days
(total: 14 years, 158 days)
31 March 1952 5 April 1957
6 April 1957 2 April 1962
3 April 1962 1 July 1962
3 Prafulla Chandra Sen[p]
Arambagh East
9 July 1962 28 February 1967 4 years, 234 days
(4) Ajoy Kumar Mukherjee
Tamluk
No image available.svg 2 April 1971 28 June 1971 87 days
5 Siddhartha Shankar Ray
Malda
20 March 1972 30 April 1977 5 years, 41 days

See also

Notes

  1. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  2. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  3. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  4. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  5. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  6. ^ A parenthetical number indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  7. ^ Mysore State came into being in August 1947 when Maharaja Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar signed the Instrument of Accession to merge the Princely State of Mysore with the Dominion of India.[10]
  8. ^ On 1 November 1956, via the States Reorganisation Act, Mysore State was significantly expanded along linguistic lines. The Kannada-speaking districts of Bombay, Hyderabad and Madras states, as well as the entirety of Coorg, were added to it.[11]
  9. ^ A number in parentheses indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  10. ^ After India's Independence, Bombay State was created and its territory underwent constant change in the following years. It comprised Bombay Presidency (roughly equating to the present-day Indian state of Maharashtra, excluding South Maharashtra and Vidarbha), the princely states of the Baroda, Western India and Gujarat (the present-day Indian state of Gujarat) and Deccan States (which included parts of the present-day Indian states of Maharashtra and Karnataka).[16]
  11. ^ States Reorganisation Act, 1956: Bombay State was enlarged by the addition of Saurashtra State and Kutch State, the Marathi-speaking districts of Nagpur Division of Madhya Pradesh and Marathwada region of Hyderabad State. The southernmost districts of the Bombay Presidency were transferred to Mysore State.[17]
  12. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  13. ^ A number inside brackets indicates that the incumbent has previously held office.
  14. ^ While the Assembly website calls the pre-1950 officeholders "Premiers of West Bengal",[23] the Times of India points out that they were universally referred to as "Prime Ministers of West Bengal" at the time.[24]
  15. ^ Until March 1952, Roy did not represent any constituency. For his last three months in office, during the Third Assembly, Roy represented Chowringhee consistuency.
  16. ^ According to some sources, Sen also acted as interim chief minister during 2–8 July 1962.[25]

References

General
  • "States of India since 1947". worldstatesmen.org. Retrieved 2 August 2013.
Specific
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  2. ^ Pema Khandu sworn in as Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh
  3. ^ Chief Ministers Archived 16 January 2014 at the Wayback Machine from the Assam Assembly website
  4. ^ "Chief Ministers of Bihar". Bihar Chief Minister's website. Archived from the original on 19 March 2011.
  5. ^ "States of India since 1947". Retrieved 9 March 2011.
  6. ^ "Statistical Report on General Election, 1984, to the Legislative Assembly of Goa, Daman and Diu". Election Commission of India. Retrieved on 20 March 2014.
  7. ^ Chief Ministers of Gujarat. Gujarat Vidhan Sabha. Retrieved on 18 December 2012.
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 13 May 2017. Retrieved 14 November 2019.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  9. ^ Prime Ministers and Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir since 1947. General Administration Department, Government of Jammu and Kashmir. Retrieved on 29 April 2014.
  10. ^ "Corrections and Clarifications". The Hindu. 4 October 2006. Archived on 6 March 2014.
  11. ^ M. S. Prabhakara. "New names for old". The Hindu. 24 July 2007.
  12. ^ Responsible Governments (1947–56). Kerala Legislature. Retrieved on 22 April 2014.
  13. ^ History of Kerala Legislature. Government of Kerala. Archived on 6 October 2014.
  14. ^ "Honorable Chief Ministers of Madhya Pradesh" (in Hindi). Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Retrieved on 14 September 2018.
  15. ^ "Instances of 'President's Rule' in Madhya Pradesh" (in Hindi). Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Retrieved on 14 September 2018.
  16. ^ Desai, S. H. (1972). A critical study of the development of secondary education for girls in Gujarat its history and present day problems (PhD Thesis). Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda: Shodhganga : a reservoir of Indian theses @ INFLIBNET. pp. 411–420. hdl:10603/57937.
  17. ^ "The States Reorganisation Act, 1956" (PDF). India Code - Digital Repository of Legislations. 31 August 1956. Archived from the original (PDF) on 24 May 2018.
  18. ^ http://megassembly.gov.in/governors_chiefministers.htm
  19. ^ Former Chief Ministers of Tripura. Government of Tripura. Retrieved on 21 August 2013.
  20. ^ Cite error: The named reference CM was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  21. ^ President's rule. Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly. Retrieved on 27 July 2013.
  22. ^ Former Chief Ministers of Uttarakhand. Government of Uttarakhand. Retrieved on 21 August 2013.
  23. ^ a b Premiers/Chief Ministers of West Bengal. West Bengal Legislative Assembly. Archive link from 12 March 2016.
  24. ^ Cite error: The named reference PM was invoked but never defined (see the help page).
  25. ^ List of Chief Ministers of West Bengal. Panchayat & Rural Development Department, Hooghly. Retrieved on 27 July 2018. Archived on 27 July 2018.

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