The Youngest Minister in Cabinet 2.0 Nisith Pramanik takes oath

Union Cabinet Reshuffle’s youngest of all, 35-years-old Nisith Pramanik, joins the Cabinet 2.0

On Wednesday in the cabinet reshuffle, Bengal BJP leader Nisith Pramanik the youngest of all has now been inducted into the Union Cabinet Ministry.

He was serving his first term as a Member of Parliament after winning from the Cooch Behar Lok Sabha seat in 2019.


Pramanik was among the leaders who had jumped ship from TMC to BJP ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in 2019.

The 35-year-old, who was born in Jalpaiguri in north Bengal, has a BCA degree and was an assistant teacher in a primary school, bagged the place in the Union Cabinet 2.0

As per the current Portfolio given by the Union Cabinet Nisith Pramanik is appointed as  MoS in the Ministry of Home Affairs and in the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.

Pramanik became one of the BJP MPs who have received withinside the latest West Bengal Assembly polls however later resigned from the Assembly and selected to maintain as an MP.

He did no longer take an oath as an MLA and later stated he could maintain to stay an MP as in keeping with the directive of the BJP leadership. Pramanik had contested from and received the Dinhata seat via way of means of a margin of fifty-seven votes.

Pramanik became one of the four sitting BJP MPs that the party had fielded in the Assembly polls held in advance this year.

BJP MP Jagannath Sarkar had received the Santipur Assembly seat however additionally selected to now no longer take oath as an MLA.

The different sitting Lok Sabha MPs — Babul Supriyo and Locket Chatterjee — and previous Rajya Sabha member Swapan Dasgupta had all contested the Assembly polls however lost.