Third Sarala Baishya ministry

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Third Sarala Baishya ministry
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9th Ministry of Friends Society
Date formed12 April 2017 (2017-04-12)
Date dissolved5 July 2017 (2017-07-05)
People and organisations
Head of stateDhrubajyoti Roy
Head of governmentSarala Baishya
Deputy head of governmentArnab Sil
No. of ministers10
Member parties
  Friends Society Independent Party

  Friends Society Freedom Party
Status in legislatureCoalition
Opposition party
  Friends Society Secular Party
Opposition leaderTanishkaa Patranabish
History
Election(s)None
PredecessorFourth Dhrubajyoti Roy ministry
SuccessorSecond Tanishkaa Patranabish ministry

The Third Sarala Baishya ministry was the union council of ministers formed on 12 April 2017 following the resignation of Dhrubajyoti Roy as the Prime Minister and the dissolution of the union council of ministries. The ministry was formed soon after the newly sworn in President Dhrubajyoti Roy invited the outgoing President Sarala Baishya to be the Prime Minister and form a new government.

Formation

The Friends Society Independent Party which was a constituent party in the outgoing cabinet decided to break the alliance in order to form a new government, joining hands with the opposition, Friends Society Freedom Party to form the government. As per the alliance, FSIP Leader Sarala Baishya became the Prime Minister, meanwhile FSFP leader Arnab Sil became the Deputy Prime Minister. The cabinet was composed of five cabinet minister, and six ministers of state.

The Friends Society Secular Party, with whom, the FSSP broke its alliance decided to join the opposition and was on 18 April 2017, recognised as the principal opposition with it's leader Tanishkaa Patranabish becoming the Leader of the Opposition.

Prime Minister Sarala Baishya being administered oath of office by the President Dhrubajyoti Roy on 12th April 2017.

Composition

Cabinet Ministers

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Minister of Regional Affairs
Minister of Information and Broadcasting
All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any minister.
 Sarala Baishya12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP
 Arnab Sil12 April 20175 July 2017 FSFP
 Abhiraj Kar12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP
 Anirban Phatowali12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP
 Bhargab Jyoti Medhi12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP

Ministers of State (Independent Charge)

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
 Mridul Amin12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP
 Saikat Seal12 April 20175 July 2017 FSFP
 Manoj Chetry12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP
 Bishakha Das12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP

Minister of State

Portfolio Minister Took office Left office Party
 Jemina Hazarika12 April 20175 July 2017 FSIP