Sixth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry

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Sixth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry
छठा ध्रुबज्योति रॉय मंत्रिमंडल
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12th Ministry of Friends Society
Date formed22 March 2018 (2018-03-22)
Date dissolved13 May 2018 (2018-05-13)
People and organisations
Head of stateAnoushkaa Patranabish
Head of governmentDhrubajyoti Roy
Deputy head of governmentTanishkaa Patranabish & Asmi Patranabis
No. of ministers16
Member parties     Friends Societal Congress
     Friends Society Secular Party
Status in legislatureUnity government
Opposition leaderNone
History
Election(s)2018
PredecessorFifth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry
SuccessorThird Tanishkaa Patranabish ministry

The Sixth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry was formed immediately after the March 2018 General Elections which have a clear mandate for the Friends Societal Congress. Pre-poll merger of the Friends Society Freedom Party into the FSC and post-poll merger of the Friends Society Independent Party strengthened the party's image.

Background

The Friends Societal Congress led by Dhrubajyoti Roy was able to secure a majority in the elections, however the Friends Society Secular Party decided to support the government and eventually join the government.

Government Formation

Immediately after the declaration of the results, the Prime Minister Dhrubajyoti Roy and Deputy Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish met the President and tender their resignation, in order to form a new government. The President gave the Leader of the Friends Societal Congress Dhrubajyoti Roy to form the government. Soon after, both the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister were sworn in by the President.

Dhrubajyoti Roy being administered the oath as the Prime Minister for the sixth time by the President Anoushkaa Patranabish on 21 March 2018.

Composition

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Minister of Home Affairs
Minister of Art and Literature
And also in-charge of all other important portfolios and policy issues not allocated to any other minister.
Dhrubajyoti Roy 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Tanishkaa Patranabish 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP
Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
Asmi Patranabis 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP
Minister of External Affairs Arnab Sil 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of Culture
Minister of Regional and State Affairs
Abhiraj Kar 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of Law and Justice
Minister of Human Resource Development
Bishnu Chetry 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anirban Phatowali 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs Saikat Seal 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation Sampriti Paul 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Sanitation and Hygiene Abhisekh Jha 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Planning Manoj Chetry 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) of Cabinet Affairs Jemina Hazarika 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Prime Minister's Office Bishakha Das 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC

Ministers of State

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance Bishakha Das 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSC
Minister of State in the Ministry of Home Affairs Tusharjit Deka 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Human Resource Development Arpan Deka 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP
Minister of State in the Ministry of Culture Debika Deka Pator Sarma 21 March 2018 13 May 2018 FSSP

Outgoing ministers

The following were a part of the Fifth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry but were not included in the Sixth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry. These includes:

Demographics

The following tables represent the demographics of the ministers.

Ministers by party

Representation of ministers by party

  Friends Societal Congress (56.25%)
  Friends Society Secular Party (43.75%)
Party Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State (I/C) Ministers of State Total number of ministers
Friends Societal Congress 6 3 0 9
Friends Society Secular Party 3 1 3 7
Total 9 4 3 17

Ministers by state

State Cabinet Ministers Ministers of State (I/C) Ministers of State Total number of ministers Name of ministers
Basistha 2 0 2
  • Abhisekh Jha
  • Jemina Hazarika
Beltola 2 2
Brihattar Guwahati 4 1 1 6
Madhya Guwahati 2 1 1 4
Uttar Guwahati 1 0 1 2