Chennai| Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DSK) President Muthuvel Karunanidhi Stalin was sworn in as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu by Governor Banwarilal Purohit at Raj Bhavan on Friday. After a 10-year hiatus, the DMK, along with Stalin, returned to power for the sixth time in their history and won a 2021 assembly election to win a majority on their own.
68-year-old Stalin came to the Raj Bhavan around 9 am wearing a white shirt and dhoti.
Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath of office and secrecy to Stalin.
The Governor also administered the oath to 33 other MPs as ministers.
Thursday, Purohit released the list of MPs who will be appointed as ministers and their departments.
Stalin’s cabinet also includes two women ministers.
The Chief Minister’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin who won from Chepak Thiruvallikeni constituency has not been included in the cabinet.
The swearing-in ceremony was attended by Stalin’s wife Durga, son Udhayanidhi and other family members, former deputy chief minister and AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam, leaders of Congress and other parties.
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Duraimurugan – Water Resources Minister
K.N. Nehru – Urban Administration Minister
I. Periyasamy – Cooperative Minister K.
Ponmudi – Higher Education Minister
E.V. Velu – Minister of Public Works
MRK – Panneerselvam Agriculture Minister K.K.S.R. – Ramachandran Revenue and Disaster Management Minister
Thangam Thenarasu – Industries Minister
S. Raghupati – Law Minister
S. Muthusamy – Housing and Urban Development Minister
K.R. Periyakaruppan – Rural Development Minister
TM Anbarasan – Rural Industry Minister
MP Saminathan – Information and Publicity Minister
P Geeta Jeevan – Social Welfare and Women Empowerment Minister
Anita R Radhakrishnan – Fisheries Minister
SR Rajkappan – Transport Minister
K Ramachandran – Forest Minister
R Sakkarapani – Food and Civil Supplies Minister
V Senthilbalaji – Power, Prohibition and Excise Minister
R Gandhi – Handloom and Textiles Minister
Ma Subramanian – Medical and Family Welfare Minister
P. Murthy – Commercial Taxes and Registration Minister
SS Shivshankar – Backward Classes Welfare Minister
PK Sekar Babu – Minister of Hindu Religious and Charitable Ministries
Palanivel Tyagaraj – Finance Minister
S.M. Nassar – Milk and Dairy Development Minister
Gingee K.S. Mastan – Minority Welfare Minister
Anbil Mahesh Poemoji – School Education Minister
Shiv V Mayanathan – Environment, Youth Welfare and Sports Minister
CV Ganesan – Labor Minister
T Mano Thangaraj – Information Technology Minister M Mathiventhan – Tourism Minister
N Kayalviji Selvaraj – Adi Dravid Welfare Minister