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List of Shortest-Serving Chief Minister

List of Shortest-Serving Chief Minister


Jagdambika Pal 

Jagdambika Pal is an Indian Politician who was a member of 15th Lok Sabha & 16th Lok Sabha and was a leader of the Indian National Congress, until he resigned on 7 March 2014. After that, he joined Bharatiya Janta Party on 19 March 2014 and won the 2014 Indian general elections from the Domariyaganj Lok Sabha Constituency.
He served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for 3 days from 21 February 1998 to 23 February 1998 when Governor of Uttar Pradesh Romesh Bhandari dismissed the Kalyan Singh government which was later restored after courts order.



BS Yediyurappa

Bookanakere Siddalingappa Yediyurappa is an Indian politician is a leader of the Bharatiya Janta Party and is the Chief Minister of Karnataka. Yediyurappa is serving as the Chief Minister of Karnataka for the fourth time, the only Chief Minister to do so in the history of Karnataka.
He served as the Chief Minister of Karnataka for 3 days from 17 May 2018 to 19 May 2018. On 19 May 2018, he resigned citing that he will be unable to prove the majority.


Satish Prasad Sing  

Satish Prasad Sing is an Indian Politician and a leader of the Indian National Congress.
He was the Chief Minister of Bihar for a very brief tenure of just five days in 1968.



PK Sawant

P. K. Sawant was the caretaker Chief Minister of Maharashtra, an Indian state. He served as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra for 10 days from 25 November 1963 to 4 December 1963, after the death of his predecessor Marotrao Kannamwar.

PK Sawant

Devendra Fadnavis

Devendra Gangadharrao Fadnavis is an Indian politician and is a leader of the Bharatiya Janta Party. who served as the 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra, in office from 31 October 2014 to 12 November 2019.
He served as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra for 4 days from 23 November 2019 after getting the support of NCP MLA Ajit Pawar but resigned on 26 November 2019, a day before the floor test citing that he will be unable to prove the majority.

Devendra Fadnavis

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