Government of Telangana
తెలంగాణ ప్రభుత్వము
Formation2 June 2014; 9 years ago (2014-06-02)
(Telangana Day)
CountryRepublic of India
Seat of GovernmentHyderabad, Telangana
Legislative Branch
LegislatureTelangana Legislature
Upper HouseTelangana Legislative Council
Chairperson of the HouseGutha Sukender Reddy (BRS)
Deputy Chairperson of the HouseBanda Prakash (BRS)
Leader of the HouseAnumula Revanth Reddy (INC)
Deputy Leader of the HouseTBD (INC)
Leader of the OppositionK Chandrasekhar Rao (BRS)
Deputy Leader of the OppositionTBD (BRS)
Members in Council40
Lower HouseTelangana Legislative Assembly
Speaker of the HouseGaddam Prasad Kumar (INC)
Deputy Speaker of the HouseTBD (INC)
Leader of the HouseAnumula Revanth Reddy (INC)
(Chief Minister)
Deputy Leader of the HouseMallu Bhatti Vikramarka (INC)
(Deputy Chief Minister)
Leader of the OppositionTBD (BRS)
Deputy Leader of the OppositionTBD (BRS)
Members in Assembly119
Meeting PlaceAssembly Building, Hyderabad Telangana
Executive Branch
(Head of the State)
Tamilisai Soundararajan, (BJP)
(Governor of Telangana)
Chief Minister
(Head of Government)
Anumula Revanth Reddy, (INC)
(Chief Minister of Telangana)
Deputy Chief Minister
(Deputy Head of Government)
Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka (INC)
(Deputy Chief Minister Telangana)
Chief Secretary
(Head of Civil Service)
A. Santhi Kumari (IAS)
(Chief Secretary Telangana)
State CabinetRevanth Reddy ministry
Meeting placeTelangana Secretariat
Ministry (Government Department)NA
Total No. of Ministers Members
  • (Chief Minister 01)
  • (Dy Chief Minister 01)
  • (Cabinet Minister 10)
  • (Minister of State 00)
  • Total = 12
Responsible for ThisTelangana Legislative Assembly
Judiciary Branch
High CourtTelangana High Court
Chief JusticeAlok Aradhe

The Government of Telangana also known as Telangana Government, is the governing authority of the state of Telangana in India. It consists of an executive, a judiciary and a legislative.

The state government is headed by the Governor of Telangana as the nominal head of state, with a democratically elected Chief Minister as the real head of the executive. The governor who is appointed for five years appoints the chief minister and his council of ministers. Even though the governor remains the ceremonial head of the state, the day-to-day running of the government is taken care of by the chief minister and his council of ministers in whom a great deal of legislative powers is vested. The state government maintains its capital at Hyderabad and is seated at the Government Secretariat or the Sachivalayam.

The Government of Telangana was formed on 2 June 2014 after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh as part of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014.

Head Leaders

House Leader Portrait Since
Constitutional Posts
Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan 08 September 2019
Chief Minister Anumula Revanth Reddy 07 December 2023
Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka 07 December 2023
Chairman Telangana Legislative Council Gutha Sukender Reddy 16 November 2021
Speaker Telangana Legislative Assembly Gaddam Prasad Kumar 07 December 2023
Deputy Chairman Telangana Legislative Council Banda Prakash 12 February 2023
Deputy Speaker Telangana Legislative Assembly Vacant 03 December 2023
Leader of the House Telangana Legislative Assembly Anumula Revanth Reddy 03 December 2023
Leader of the House Telangana Legislative Council Anumula Revanth Reddy 03 December 2023
Deputy Leader of the House Telangana Legislative Assembly Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka 03 December 2023
Deputy Leader of the House of Telangana Legislative Council Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka 03 December 2023
Leader of the Opposition Telangana Legislative Assembly K. Chandrashekar Rao 03 December 2023
Leader of Opposition Telangana Legislative Council Vacant 03 December 2023
Deputy Leader of Opposition
(Telangana Legislative Assembly)
Vacant 03 December 2023
Deputy Leader of Opposition
(Telangana Legislative Council)
Vacant 03 December 2023
Chief Justice Telangana High Court Alok Aradhe 23 July 2023
Chief Secretary of Telangana A. Santhi Kumari 2021

Council of Ministers

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Source: [1][2][3][4]
Portfolio Minister Constituency Tenure Party
Took office Left office
Chief Minister
  • General Administration
  • Home Affairs
  • Law & Order
  • Municipal Administration
  • Urban Development

And all other unallocated portfolio'

  • Animal Husbandry
  • Fisheries
  • Scheduled Castes Welfare
  • Minority Welfare
  • Senior Citizen Welfare
  • Labour
  • Employment
  • Factories
  • Sports and Youth Services
  • Consumer Affairs
  • Education
  • Tribal Welfare
  • Mines and Geology
Anumula Revanth Reddy Kodangal 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
Deputy Chief Minister
  • Finance
  • Planning
  • Energy
Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka Madhira (SC) 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
Cabinet Ministers
  • Food & Civil Supplies,
  • Irrigation (Water Resources)
  • Command Area Development
Nalamada Uttam Kumar Reddy Huzurnagar 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Transport
  • Backward Class Welfare
Ponnam Prabhakar Husnabad 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Roads and Buildings
  • Cinematography
Komatireddy Venkat Reddy Nalgonda 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Forest
  • Environment and Climate Change
  • Endowments
Konda Surekha Warangal East 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Panchayati Raj
  • Rural Development
  • Women and Child Welfare
Dansari Anasuya (Seethakka) Mulug (ST) 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Information Technology
  • Electronics and Communication
  • Industries and Commerce
  • Legislative Affairs
Duddilla Sridhar Babu Manthani 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Revenue
  • Housing
  • Information Public Relations
Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy Palair 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Agriculture
  • Marketing
  • Cooperation
  • Handloom
  • Textiles
Thummala Nageswara Rao Khammam 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Public Health
  • Medical Education
  • Family Welfare
  • Science and Technology
Damodar Raja Narasimha Andole (SC) 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC
  • Excise
  • Prohibition
  • Tourism
  • Culture
  • Archaeology
Jupally Krishna Rao Kollapur 7 December 2023 Incumbent INC

District In-Charge Ministers

Sr No. District Guardian_Minister Party Tenure
01 Adilabad TBD Indian National Congress 03 December 2023 Incumbent
02 Komaram Bheem Asifabad TBD 03 December 2023
03 Mancherial TBD 03 December 2023
04 Nirmal TBD 03 December 2023
05 Nizamabad TBD 03 December 2023
06 Jagtial TBD 03 December 2023
07 Peddapalli TBD 03 December 2023
08 Kamareddy TBD 03 December 2023
09 Rajanna Sircilla TBD 03 December 2023
10 Karimnagar TBD 03 December 2023
11 Jayashankar Bhupalpally TBD 03 December 2023
12 Sangareddy TBD 03 December 2023
13 Medak TBD 03 December 2023
14 Siddipet TBD 03 December 2023
15 Jangaon TBD 03 December 2023
16 Hanamkonda TBD 03 December 2023
17 Warangal TBD 03 December 2023
18 Mulugu TBD 03 December 2023
19 Bhadradri Kothagudem TBD 03 December 2023
20 Khammam TBD 03 December 2023
21 Mahabubabad TBD 03 December 2023
22 Suryapet TBD 03 December 2023
23 Nalgonda TBD 03 December 2023
24 Yadadri Bhuvanagiri TBD 03 December 2023
25 Medchal-Malkajgiri TBD 03 December 2023
26 Hyderabad TBD 03 December 2023
27 Ranga Reddy TBD 03 December 2023
28 Vikarabad TBD 03 December 2023
29 Narayanpet TBD 03 December 2023
30 Mahabubnagar TBD 03 December 2023
31 Nagarkurnool TBD 03 December 2023
32 Wanaparthy TBD 03 December 2023
33 Jogulamba Gadwal TBD 03 December 2023

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Government and administration


The Governor is the constitutional head and the Chief Minister is head of the government who also heads the council of ministers. The Chief Justice of the high court is the head of the judiciary.


See also: List of Governors of Telangana

The Governor is appointed by the President for a term of five years. The executive and legislative powers lie with the Chief Minister and his council of ministers, who are appointed by the Governor. The Governors of the states and territories of India have similar powers and functions at the state level as that of the President of India at Union level. Only Indian citizens above 36 years of age are eligible for appointment. Governors discharge all constitutional functions such as the appointment of the Chief Minister, sending reports to the President about failure of constitutional machinery in a state, or with respect to issues relating to the assent to a bill passed by legislature, exercise or their own opinion.[5]

Ekkadu Srinivasan Lakshmi Narasimhan was the governor from 2 June 2014 to 1 September 2019.

Tamilisai Soundararajan has been appointed as the governor on September 1, 2019.

The Governor enjoys many different types of powers:

  1. Executive powers: related to administration, appointments, and removals.
  2. Legislative powers: related to lawmaking and the state legislature.
  3. Discretionary powers: to be carried out according to the discretion of the Governor.
Telangana State Legislative Assembly Building


Main article: Telangana Legislature

The legislature comprises the governor and the legislative assembly, which is the highest political organ in the state. All members of the legislative assembly are directly elected

The current assembly consists of 119 elected members and one member nominated by the governor.The normal term of the legislative assembly is five years from the date appointed for its first meeting


The Telangana High Court is the apex court for the state. It is a court of record and has all the powers of such a court including the authority to punish an individual for contempt of court.


Like in other Indian states, the Executive arm of the state is responsible for the day-to-day management of the state. It consists of the Governor, the Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers.

The secretariat headed by the secretary to the governor assists the council of ministers. The chief minister is assisted by the chief secretary, who is the head of the administrative services.

Chief Minister

See also: List of Chief Ministers of Telangana

Telangana State Secretariat

The executive authority is headed by the Chief Minister of Telangana, who is the de facto head of state and is vested with most of the executive powers; the Legislative Assembly's majority party leader is appointed to this position by the Governor. The former Chief Minister is Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao, who took office on 2 June 2014.[6] Generally, the party which reaches more than half mark i.e. 60 seats out of 119 decides the Chief Minister.

Council of Ministers

Main article: List of cabinet ministers of Telangana

The Council of Ministers, which answers to the Legislative Assembly, has its members appointed by the Governor; the appointments receive input from the Chief Minister. They are collectively responsible to the legislative assembly of the State. Generally, the winning party and its chief minister chooses the ministers list and submit the list for the governor's approval.

Administrative divisions

Telangana State has been divided into 33 districts. The business of the state government is transacted through the various secretariat departments based on the rules of business. Each department consists of secretary to government, who is the official head of the department and such other undersecretaries, junior secretaries, officers, and staffs subordinate to him/her. The Chief secretary superintending control over the whole secretariat and staff attached to the ministers.


Elections to the state assembly are held every five years. Elections are generally held for Parliament, State assembly and regional panchayats. Like all other Indian states, the minimum age of registration of a voter is 18 years.

Election Commission announced dates for elections in five states including Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram. Polls in Telangana were conducted on November 30, and results were announced on December 03: EC [7]

See also


  1. ^ "Telangana CM swearing-in: List of MLAs who took oath with Revanth Reddy". Hindustan Times. 7 December 2023. Retrieved 7 December 2023.
  2. ^ "Telangana ministers list 2023: Full list of ministers and their portfolios in Revanth Reddy cabinet". Financialexpress. 7 December 2023. Retrieved 7 December 2023.
  3. ^ Deccan Chronicle (7 December 2023). "New Telangana Ministers And Their Portfolios". Archived from the original on 28 December 2023. Retrieved 28 December 2023.
  4. ^ India Today (9 December 2023). "Revanth Reddy assigns portfolios to 11 ministers in Telangana Cabinet: Full list". Archived from the original on 21 January 2024. Retrieved 21 January 2024.
  5. ^ "The States". Government of India. Archived from the original on 23 March 2008.
  6. ^ "TRS wins in Telangana". Deccan-Journal. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
  7. ^ "Festival of democracy in full splendour in Telangana as voting for the State's Legislative Assembly takes place smoothly".