Rajendra Kumar Rai cabinet

Cabinet of Koshi Province from 2 November 2023 to 9 January 2023

The Rajendra Kumar Rai cabinet was the 3rd provincial government of Province No. 1. It was formed after Rajendra Kumar Rai was sworn in as Chief Minister on 2 November 2021.[1] The cabinet was expanded on 6 February 2022.[2]

Rajendra Kumar Rai cabinet

3rd Cabinet of Province No. 1 (now Koshi Province)
Date formed2 November 2021
Date dissolved9 January 2023
People and organisations
PresidentBidhya Devi Bhandari
GovernorParshuram Khapung
Chief MinisterRajendra Kumar Rai
No. of ministers14
Total no. of members14
Member partyProvincial Assembly
50 / 93 (54%)
CPN (Unified Marxist–Leninist)
Opposition partyProvincial Assembly
37 / 93 (40%)
CPN (Unified Marxist–Leninist)
Opposition leaderSher Dhan Rai
History
Election(s)2017
Legislature term(s)5 years
PredecessorBhim Acharya cabinet
SuccessorHikmat Karki cabinet

Chief Minister & Cabinet Ministers

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Final Arrangement

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S.N. Portfolio Holder Date Party
Cabinet ministers
1
  • 2 November 2021[3]
CPN (Unified Socialist)
2
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and Planning
  • 2 November 2021[3]
CPN (Maoist Centre)
3
  • Minister for Roads Infrastructure and Urban Development
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Nepali Congress
4
  • Minister for Internal Affairs and Law
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Nepali Congress
5
  • Minister for Health
  • 2 November 2021[3]
People's Socialist Party, Nepal
6
  • Minister for Energy, Water Supply and Irrigation
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Maoist Centre)
7
  • Minister for Social Development
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
8
  • Minister for Culture and Tourism
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
9
  • Minister for Agriculture
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Maoist Centre)
10
  • Minister for Land Management, Co-operatives and Poverty Allivation
  • 6 February 2021
Nepali Congress
11
  • Minister for Industry, Labour and Employment
  • 6 February 2021
Nepali Congress
12
  • Minister for Transportation and Communication
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
State ministers
1
  • Minister of state for Social Development
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Sanghiya Loktantrik Rastriya Manch

Former arrangements

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S.N. Portfolio Holder Date Party
Cabinet ministers
1
  • 2 November 2021[3]
CPN (Unified Socialist)
2
  • Minister for Economic Affairs and Planning
  • 2 November 2021[3]
CPN (Maoist Centre)
3
  • Minister for Roads Infrastructure and Urban Development
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Nepali Congress
4
  • Minister for Internal Affairs and Law
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Nepali Congress
5
  • Minister for Health
  • 2 November 2021[3]
People's Socialist Party, Nepal
6
  • Minister for Energy, Water Supply and Irrigation
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Maoist Centre)
7
  • Minister for Social Development
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
8
  • Minister for Culture and Tourism
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
9
  • Minister for Agriculture
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Maoist Centre)
10 Minister for Forest, Environment and Soil Conservation
6 February 2021 Nepali Congress
11
  • Minister for Land Management, Co-operatives and Poverty Allivation
  • 6 February 2021
Nepali Congress
12
  • Minister for Industry, Labour and Employment
  • 6 February 2021
Nepali Congress
13
  • Minister for Transportation and Communication
  • 6 February 2021
CPN (Unified Socialist)
State ministers
1
  • Minister of state for Social Development
  • 2 November 2021[3]
Sanghiya Loktantrik Rastriya Manch

Reference

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  1. diwakar (2021-11-02). "Rajendra Rai appointed Province 1 CM". Retrieved 2023-04-23.
  2. "Province 1 CM Rajendra Rai expands Cabinet". The Annapurna Express. Retrieved 2023-04-23.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 "Province 1 CM Rai takes oath of office, forms 6-member Cabinet". risingnepaldaily.com. Archived from the original on 2021-11-02. Retrieved 2021-11-02.