Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new council of minister at Rashtrapati Bhavan. | Photo: @BJP4India | Twitter
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the oath of office at Rashtrapati Bhavan for a second term Thursday. Other prominent leaders who took oath included Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nitin Gadkari, among others.

Here’s the complete list of the council of ministers in order of their oath-taking:

  1. Narendra Modi
  2. Rajnath Singh
  3. Amit Shah
  4. Nitin Gadkari
  5. D.V. Sadananda Gowda
  6. Nirmala Sitharaman
  7. Ram Vilas Paswan
  8. Narendra Singh Tomar
  9. Ravi Shankar Prasad
  10. Harsimrat Kaur Badal
  11. Thaawarchand Gehlot
  12. S. Jaishankar
  13. Ramesh Pokhriyal
  14. Arjun Munda
  15. Smriti Irani
  16. Harsh Vardhan
  17. Prakash Javadekar
  18. Piyush Goyal
  19. Mahendra Nath Pandey
  20. Arvind Sawant
  21. Giriraj Singh
  22. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
  23. Santosh Gangwar
  24. Dharmendra Pradhan
  25. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
  26. Pralhad Joshi
  27. Rao Inderjit Singh
  28. Shripad Naik
  29. Jitendra Singh
  30. Kiren Rijiju
  31. Prahlad Singh Patel
  32. Raj Kumar Singh
  33. Hardeep Singh Puri
  34. Mansukh Mandaviya
  35. Faggan Singh Kulaste
  36. Ashwini Choubey
  37. Arjun Ram Meghwal
  38. V.K. Singh
  39. Krishan Pal Gurjar
  40. Dadarao Patil
  41. G. Kishan Reddy
  42. Parshottam Rupala
  43. Ramdas Athawale
  44. Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti
  45. Babul Supriyo
  46. Sanjeev Kumar Balyan
  47. Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre
  48. Anurag Thakur
  49. Suresh Angadi
  50. Nityanand Rai
  51. Rattan Lal Kataria
  52. V. Muraleedharan
  53. Renuka Singh Saruta
  54. Som Parkash
  55. Rameswar Teli
  56. Pratap Chandra Sarangi
  57. Kailash Choudhary
  58. Debasree Chaudhuri

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