Who is the Best Chief Minister in India | List of all Indian Chief Ministers

Chief Minister of India is the head of the state government in India. The Chief Minister is the head of state executive. The Chief Minister is elected by the majority of the legislative party or elected parties in the state legislature. His tenure is 5 years, with a chance to be re-elected. The governor is the head of the government, but his work adviser is only to sign and advise governmental notification. The following table refers to the names of the all Chief Ministers of the States of India and the Union Territories.

In 2012, Kejriwal broke with Anna Hazare who did not want the movement to enter politics and founds the "party of the ordinary man" (Aam Aadmi Party). AAP finished second elections in Delhi in December 2013 and Kejriwal became chief minister of a coalition government. He resigned 49 days later after failing to pass an anti-corruption law. Kejriwal is named among the 100 most influential people by Time in 2014.

2. Sushma Swaraj

She resigned from the Union Cabinet in 1998 and contested in the Delhi Assembly. From New Delhi, Hauz Khas seat, she is defeated by Congress's candidate Professor Kiran Walia. Sushma Swaraj became the first woman Chief Minister of Delhi.

3. Sheila Dikshit

Former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit (born March 31, 1938). Sheila Dikshit is also a prominent politician of the Indian National Congress. In January 2009, Sheila became Chief Minister for the third consecutive term (1998 to 2013). Sheila is the second woman Chief Minister of Delhi.

4. Jyoti Basu

Joti Basu (July 8, 1914 - January 17, 2010) was a Bengali politician belonging to the Communist Party of India (Marxist) from West Bengal, India. He established a record of being India's longest Chief Minister by staying West Bengal Chief Minister from 1977 to 2000. He was a CPI (M) politburo member from 1964 to 2008.

5. Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh is an Indian politician. Since May 26, 2014 he served as Minister of the Home Affairs of India in the Government of Narendra Modi. In 2003 and 2004 he was Minister of Agriculture in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government and Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, in office 28 October 2000 - 8 March 2002.

6. Narendra Modi

Narendra Damodardas Modi is the 14th Prime Minister of India from 2014 and Member of Parliament from Varanasi. He is the first person born in the independent India to be the Prime Minister of India. Before that, he has been Chief Minister of Gujarat from October 7, 2001 to May 22, 2014. Modi is a member of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

7. Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee (MĂ´mota BĂ´ndyopadhyay) is an Indian politician who has been Chief Minister of West Bengal since 2011. Banerjee had previously served as Minister of Railways twice and also became the first woman to serve as Minister of Railroad of India, Ministry of Coal, and Ministry of State for Human Resource Development, Department of Youth and Sports Affairs and Women and Child Development in the Indian government cabinet.

8. Nitish Kumar

9. Omar Abdullah

10. Naveen Patnaik

11. Parkash Singh Badal

12. Morarji Desai

13. Akhilesh Yadav

14. Farooq Abdullah

15. A. K. Antony

16. E. M. S. Namboodiripad

17. Biswanath Das

18. Raghbir Singh

19. Bimala Prasad Chaliha

20. K. Rosaiah

21. Nareshchandra Singh

22. P. Shanmugam

23. Kesab Chandra Gogoi

24. T. N. Angami

25. Tika Ram Paliwal

26. Hukam Singh

27. Tribhuvana Narayana Singh

28. R. V. Janakiraman

29. Heera Lal Shastri

30. Biren Mitra

31. Govind Narayan Singh

32. Lal Thanhawla

33. Kailash Chandra Joshi

34. B. P. Mandal

35. Francisco Sardinha

36. Rishang Keishing

37. Binodanand Jha

38. Pawan Kumar Chamling

39. Prafulla Kumar Mahanta

40. M. D. R. Ramachandran

41. Kadidal Manjappa

42. Tomo Riba

43. Hitendra Kanaiyalal Desai

44. Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy

Rajasekhara Reddy was elected Lok Sabha four times from Kadapa to Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Lok Sabha. Five times Assembly members were elected from Pulivendula. In 2003, he went on foot in Andhra Pradesh. In 2004, under his leadership the Congress won the assembly election.

45. Gurmukh Nihal Singh

46. D. V. Sadananda Gowda

47. John Bosco Jasokie

48. Flinder Anderson Khonglam

49. Barkatullah Khan

50. Edouard Goubert

51. A. J. John

52. Bhupesh Baghel

53. M. G. Ramachandran

54. Babulal Marandi

55. V. Vaithilingam

56. Biju Patnaik

57. Ashok Chavan

58. Sahib Singh Verma

59. Devendra Fadnavis

60. V. P. Singh

61. Buddhadeb Bhattacharya

62. Mehbooba Mufti

63. H. D. Kumaraswamy

64. N. Chandrababu Naidu

65. Ashok Gehlot

66. Manohar Parrikar

67. Harish Rawat

68. Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

69. Amarinder Singh

70. K. Chandrashekar Rao

71. H. D. Deve Gowda

72. Madan Lal Khurana

73. B. S. Yeddyurappa

74. Bhajan Lal

75. Bhupinder Singh Hooda

76. Vilasrao Deshmukh

77. Raman Singh

78. Sushilkumar Shinde

79. P. V. Narasimha Rao

80. Om Prakash Chautala

81. N. T. Rama Rao

82. N. D. Tiwari

83. Kamal Nath

84. Ghulam Nabi Azad

85. Charan Singh

86. Anandiben Patel

87. Arjun Munda

88. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat

89. Edappadi K. Palaniswami

90. Kalyan Singh

91. Manohar Joshi

92. Motilal Vora

93. N. Janardhana Reddy

94. Prithviraj Chavan

95. Siddaramaiah

96. Vijay Bahuguna

97. Zail Singh

98. Vijay Rupani

99. M. Karunanidhi

100. Digvijaya Singh

101. Subramanyan Ramaswamy

102. K. Karunakaran

103. Sheikh Abdullah

104. Mayawati

105. B. Gopala Reddy

106. Vasundhara Raje

107. O. Panneerselvam

108. J. Jayalalithaa

109. Lalu Prasad Yadav

110. Ajit Jogi

111. Shivraj Singh Chouhan

112. Madhu Koda

113. Hemant Soren

114. Yogi Adityanath

115. Biplab Kumar Deb

116. Shibu Soren

117. Manohar Lal Khattar

118. Keshubhai Patel

119. Uma Bharti

120. Jitan Ram Manjhi

121. Rabri Devi

122. Mulayam Singh Yadav

123. Bhagat Singh Koshyari

124. Sukhamoy Sen Gupta

125. P. A. Sangma

126. Hemananda Biswal

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