List of Finance Ministers of Bihar

Finance Ministers of Bihar, India

# Name Took office Left office Party
1 Dr Anugrah Narayan Sinha 2 April 1946 5 July 1957 Congress
2 Dr Sri Krishna Sinha 5 July 1957 31 January 1961 Congress
3 Deep Narayan Singh 1 February 1961 18 February 1961 Congress
4 Veer Chand Patel 1961 1967 Congress
5 Karpuri Thakur 5 March 1967 28 January 1968 Socialist Party
6 Satish Prasad Singh January 1968 February 1968 Congress
7 Daroga Prasad Rai July 1973 April 1975 Congress
8 Zawar Hussain April 1975 November 1975 Congress

9 Kailashpati Mishra April 1977 April 1979 Janata Party
11 Dr.Jagannath Mishra June 1980 April 1983 Congress (I)
12 Bindeshwari Dubey March 1985 Feb 1988 Congress (I)
13 Dr.Jagannath Mishra December 1989 March 1990 Congress (I)
14 Laloo Prasad Yadav March 1990 March 1995 Janata Dal
15 Laloo Prasad Yadav April 1995 July 1997 Rashtriya Janata Dal
16 Rabri Devi July 1997 February 1999 Rashtriya Janata Dal
17 Rabri Devi March 1999 March 2000 Rashtriya Janata Dal
18 Nitish Kumar 3 March 2000 10 March 2000 Janata Dal (United)
19 Rabri Devi March 2000 February 2005 Rashtriya Janata Dal
20 Sushil Kumar Modi 24 November 2005 Present Bharatiya Janata Party

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