Who’s who in Mehbooba’s Cabinet


Dr Nirmal Singh ( Dy CM) Ministry: Power Development and Housing and Urban Development 

Abdur Rehman Veeri Ministry: Public Works and Parliamentary Affairs 

Chander Parkash Ministry: Industries & Commerce 

Ghulam Nabi Lone Ministry: Agriculture Production

 Bali Bhagat Ministry: Health and Medical Education 

Abdul Haq Khan Ministry: Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, and Law & Justice 

Lal Singh Ministry: Forest, Ecology and Environment 

Basharat Bukhari Ministry: Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation 

Sajad Gani Lone Ministry: Social Welfare, ARI and Trainings 

Haseeb Drabu Ministry: Finance, Culture and Labour and Employment 

Chering Dorjey Ministry: Cooperatives 

Choudhary Zulfkar Ali Ministry: Consumer Affairs & Public Distribution 

Sham Lal Choudhary Ministry: PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control 

Naeem Akhtar Ministry: Education

Abdul Ghani Kohli Ministry: Animal, Sheep Husbandry and Fisheries

Imran Raza Ansari Ministry: Information Technology, Youth Services and Sports, Technical Education 

Asiya Naqash ( MoS) Ministry: Housing and Urban Development, Social Welfare, Health and Medical Education 

Sunil Kumar Sharma ( MoS) Ministry: Science and Technology and Transport ( Independent Charge); Revenue, Public Works, Roads and Buildings, Rural Development & Panchayati Raj; Agriculture Production, Youth Services & Sports 

Syed Farooq Andrabi ( MoS) Ministry: Hajj and Auqaf ( Independent charge); PHE and Irrigation and Flood Control, Power Development, Industries and Commerce

Priya Sethi ( MoS) Ministry: Education, Technical Education, Culture and Tourism, Horticulture, Floriculture and Parks

 Zahoor Ahmad Mir ( MoS) Ministry: Forest, Ecology and Environment; Animal and Sheep Husbandry; Cooperative and Fisheries 

Ajay Nanda ( MoS) Ministry: Finance and Planning; Information Technology; Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs; Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution; Tribal Affairs; Relief and Rehabilitation and Labour and Employment

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