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Government of Himachal Pradesh

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Himachal Pradesh Government
Himachal Pradesh Flag, India.png
Legislative Branch
Assembly
SpeakerVipin Singh Parmar
Leader of OppositionMukesh Agnihotri
Executive Branch
GovernorRajendra Arlekar
Chief MinisterJai Ram Thakur
Himachal Pradesh Minister's
  •  Jairam Thakur
    Chief Minister
    Finance, general administrations, home, planning, personnel and all other departments not allotted to any other minister

  • Mahender Singh Thakur
    Jal Shakti Minister
    Jal Shakti, horticulture, Sainik welfare

  • Suresh Bhardwaj
    Urban Development Minister
    Urban development, town & country planning, housing, parliamentary affairs, law and legal remembrancer

  • Sarveen Chaudhary
    Social Justice & Empowerment Minister
    Social justice & empowerment, cooperation

  • Ram Lal Markanda
    Technical Education Minister
    Technical Education, Vocational & Industrial Training, Tribal development, information and technology, Redressal of Public Grievances.

  • Virender Kanwar
    Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Minister
    Rural Development, Panchayati raj, Agriculture, Animal husbandry, fisheries.

  • Bikram Singh
    Industries Minister
    Industries, Transport, Labour & Employment.

  • Govind Singh Thakur
    Education Minister
    Higher education, elementary education, Language Art & Culture

  • Rajiv Saizal
    Health and Family Welfare Minister
    Health and family welfare, medical education, Ayurveda

  • Sukh Ram
    MPP and Power Minister
    Multi-Purpose Projects and Power, Non Conventional Energy Sources

  • Rakesh Pathania
    Forest Minister
    Forest, Youth Services and Sports

  • Rajinder Garg
    Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affair Minister
    Food, civil supplies & consumer affair, Printing and Stationary

Chief SecretaryRam Subhag Singh, IAS
Judiciary
CourtHimachal Pradesh High Court
Chief JusticeMohammad Rafiq[2]
SeatShimla

The Government of Himachal Pradesh also known as the State Government of Himachal Pradesh, or locally as State Government, is the supreme governing authority of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It consists of an executive branch, led by the Governor of Himachal Pradesh, a judiciary and a legislative branch.

Like other states in India, the head of state of Himachal Pradesh is the Governor, appointed by the President of India on the advice of the Central government. His or her post is largely ceremonial. The Chief Minister is the head of government and council of ministers.There exists parliamentary system of government in state with council of ministers responsible to legislative assembly. Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh, and houses the Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) and the secretariat (Ellersile). Dharamshala is the winter capital of the state. The Himachal Pradesh High Court is located in Shimla, which has jurisdiction over the whole of Himachal Pradesh. State legislature is unicameral having legislative assembly composed of MLAs elected directly by the people of the state.

Council of Ministers (2017–22)

Ministry of the State
Name Designation Department
Chief Minister Finance, general administrations, home, planning, personnel and all other departments not allotted to any other minister
Jal Shakti Minister Jal Shakti, horticulture, Sainik welfare
Urban Development Minister Urban development, town & country planning, housing, parliamentary affairs, law and legal remembrancer
Social Justice & Empowerment Minister Social justice & empowerment, cooperation
Technical Education Minister Technical Education, Vocational & Industrial Training, Tribal development, information and technology, Redressal of Public Grievances.
Rural Development & Panchayati Raj Minister Rural Development, Panchayati raj, Agriculture, Animal husbandry, fisheries.
Industries Minister Industries, Transport, Labour & Employment.
Education Minister Higher education, elementary education, Language Art & Culture
Health and Family Welfare Minister Health and family welfare, medical education, Ayurveda
MPP and Power Minister Multi-Purpose Projects and Power, Non Conventional Energy Sources
Forest Minister Forest, Youth Services and Sports
Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affair Minister Food, civil supplies & consumer affair, Printing and Stationary -

State administrative structure

State administrative structure
Administrative structure (2002) Numbers
Districts 12
Tehsils 75
Subdivisions 52
Blocks 75
Villages 20690
Towns 57
Constituencies Numbers
Lok Sabha 4
Rajya Sabha 3
Assembly constituencies 68

The Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly has no pre-Constitution history. The state itself is a post-independence creation. It first came into being as a centrally administered territory on 15 April 1948 by the integration of 30 erstwhile princely states.

Himachal Pradesh is governed through a parliamentary system of representative democracy, a feature the state shares with other Indian states. Universal suffrage is granted to residents.

The legislature of Himachal Pradesh is unicameral and at present, the Assembly has a strength of 68. The tenure of the Assembly is five years unless it is sooner dissolved. There are 14 House Committees in the Assembly.

In the assembly elections held in November 2012, the Congress secured an absolute majority.[3] The Congress won 36 of the 68 seats while the BJP won 26 of the 68 seats. Virbhadra Singh was sworn in as Himachal Pradesh's Chief Minister for a record sixth term in Shimla on 25 December 2012. Virbhadra Singh, who has held the top office in Himachal five times in the past, was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor Urmila Singh at an open ceremony at the historic Ridge Maidan in Shimla.[4]

The current Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh is Jai Ram Thakur from BJP. The Bharathiya Janatha Party won 44 of the 68 seats while the Himachal Congress won 24 of the 68 seats in assembly elections held in 2017. The BJP secured an absolute majority in 2017 assembly election.

See also

Notes

  1. Himachal Government - Council of Ministers

References

  1. ^ "Council of Ministers - Government of Himachal Pradesh, India".
  2. ^ http://hphighcourt.nic.in/gifs/jprofile.htm Archived 19 February 2010 at the Wayback Machine High Court oF Himachal Pradesh
  3. ^ "Congress gets absolute majority in Himachal". The Statesman. Archived from the original on 11 May 2013. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
  4. ^ "Virbhadra Singh sworn in as Himachal CM for a record 6th time". Indian Express. PTI. 25 December 2012. Retrieved 25 October 2021.
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