Karnataka CM: Complete List of Chief Ministers of Karnataka (1947-2023)

Karnataka Chief Minister: Siddaramaiah, who served as the 22nd Chief Minister of Karnataka, will now take charge of the same on May 20. The veteran political leader was the first CM to hold the position for a full term, from 2013 to 2018. After DK Shivakumar “sacrificed himself in the interest of the party”, Siddaramaiah will be sworn in as CM of the state in two days.

The President of the Congress, Shri @kharge You have authorized me to communicate your decision:

sri @siddaramaiah will be the new Chief Minister of Karnataka, and Shri @DKShivakumar He will be the only deputy CM of the state. @DKShivakumar ji will continue as president of KPCC until… pic.twitter.com/yQWW9I23QA

— Congress (@INCIndia)
May 18, 2023

After BS Yediyurappa resigned from the post of Chief Minister, Basavaraj Bommai served as the 23rd Chief Minister of Karnataka. Like outgoing Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, the state’s 2021 Chief Minister belongs to the politically influential Lingayat community.

BS Yediyurappa announced his resignation from the post of Chief Minister of the state on July 26, 2021, two years later when he formed the state government. He submitted his resignation to the governor of Raj Bhawan.

K. Chengalaraya Reddy of the Congress was the first Chief Minister of the state of Karnataka (Mysore). Reddy served as Chief Minister (CM) from October 25, 1947 to March 30, 1952. President’s rule was imposed six times in Karnataka, most recently from November 20, 2007 to May 29, 2008 .

The state of Karnataka was formed on 25 October 1947. Since its formation, the state was known as Mysore which was renamed to Karnataka on 1 November 1973.

In this article, we have published the names of all the Chief Ministers of the state of Karnataka.

1. Name: K. Chengalaraya Reddy

Party: Congress

Term: October 25, 1947 – March 30, 1952

K-Chengalaraya-Reddy

2. Name: Kengal Hanumanthaiah

Party: Congress

Term: March 30, 1952 – August 19, 1956

Hanumanthaiah cm karnataka

3. Name: Kadidal Manjappa

Party: Congress

Term: August 19, 1956 – October 31, 1956

4. Name: S. Nijalingappa

Party: Congress

Term: November 1, 1956 – May 16, 1958S-Nijalingappa

5. Name: BD Jatti

Party: Congress

Term: May 16, 1958 – March 9, 1962

6. Name: SR Kanthi

Party: Congress

Term: March 14, 1962 – June 20, 1962

SR Kanthi cm Karnataka7. Name: Veerendra Patil

Party: Congress

Term: May 29, 1968 – March 18, 1971

8. Name: Mr. Devaraj Urs

Party: Congress

Term: March 20, 1972 – December 31, 1977, February 28, 1978 – January 7, 1980

9. Name: R. Gundu Rao

Party: Congress

Term: January 12, 1980 – January 6, 1983

gundu rao cm karnataka

10. Name: Ramakrishna Hegde

Festival: Janata Festival

Term: January 10, 1983 – August 10, 1988

ram-krishna-hegde

Here is the complete list of Chief Ministers of Karnataka from 1947 to 2023

Yes No.

Name of CM of Karnataka

CM Party/Period

1

K. Chengalaraya Reddy

Congress, October 25, 1947 – March 30, 1952

2

Kengal Hanumanthaiah

Congress, March 30, 1952 – August 19, 1956

3

Kadidal Manjappa

Congress, August 19, 1956 – October 31, 1956

4

S. Nijalingappa

Congress, November 1, 1956 – May 16, 1958

5

BD Jatti

Congress, May 16, 1958 – March 9, 1962

6

S. R. Kanthi

Congress, March 14, 1962 – June 20, 1962

7

S. Nijalingappa

Congress, June 21, 1962 – May 28, 1968

8

Veerendra Patil

Congress, May 29, 1968 – March 18, 1971

president’s rule

March 19, 1971-March 20, 1972

9

Mr. Devaraj Urs

Congress, March 20, 1972 – December 31, 1977

president’s rule

December 31, 1977 – February 28, 1978

9

Mr. Devaraj Urs

Congress, February 28, 1978 – January 7, 1980

10

R. Gundu Rao

Congress, January 12, 1980 – January 6, 1983

eleven

Ramakrishna Hegde

Janata Party, January 10, 1983 – August 10, 1988

12

SR Bommai

Janata Party, August 13, 1988 – April 21, 1989

president’s rule

April 21, 1989-November 30, 1989

13

Veerendra Patil

Congress, November 30, 1989 – October 10, 1990

president’s rule

October 10, 1990-October 17, 1990

14

S. Bangarappa

Congress, October 17, 1990 – November 19, 1992

fifteen

M. Veerappa Moily

Congress, November 19, 1992 – December 11, 1994

sixteen

HD Deve Gowda

Janata Dal, December 11, 1994 – May 31, 1996

17

J. H. Patel Janata Dal, 31 May 1996 – 7 October 1999

18

S. M. Krishna Congress, October 11, 1999 – May 28, 2004

19

Dharam Singh

Congress, May 28, 2004 – February 2, 2006

twenty

HD Kumaraswamy

JD(S), February 3, 2006 – October 8, 2007

president’s rule

October 8, 2007 – November 12, 2007

twenty-one

BS Yediyurappa

BJP, November 12, 2007 – November 19, 2007,

president’s rule

November 20, 2007 – May 29, 2008

22

BS Yeddyurappa

BJP, May 30, 2008 – August 4, 2011

23

DV Sadananda Gowda

BJP, August 5, 2011 – July 11, 2012

24

Jagadish Shivappa Shettar

BJP, July 12, 2012 – May 8, 2013

25

Siddaramaiah

Congress, May 13, 2013 – May 15, 2018

26

BS Yeddyurappa

BJP, May 17, 2018 – May 23, 2018

27

HD Kumaraswamy JD

JD (S), May 23, 2018 – July 23, 2019

28

BS Yediyurappa

BJP, July 26, 2019 – July 26, 2021

29

Basavaraj Bommai

BJP, July 28, 2021-May 13, 2023

30

Siddaramaiah

Congress, May 20, 2023-NA

According to the list of Chief Ministers of Karnataka, here are some crucial facts:

1. BS Yediyurappa became the shortest serving CM in 2018 (served for two and a half days).

2. The longest serving Chief Minister was D. Devaraj Urs; He held the position for more than seven years in the 1970s.

3. As a member of the Janata Party, Ramakrishna Hegde served the highest number (3) of discontinuous terms.

4. Veerendra Patil of Congress had the longest gap between the two terms (more than 17 years).

5. BD Jatti was the country’s fifth vice president.

6. HD Deve Gowda interrupted his tenure as Chief Minister (1994-1996) to become Prime Minister of India.

7. Siddaramaiah was the 22nd CM of Karnataka and on May 20 he will become the 24th CM of the state.

Also read:

List of Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh (UP)

List of all Chief Ministers of Delhi

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