Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister

List of Chief Ministers of Jammu Kashmir

Sl. No.Chief Ministers of Jammu and KashmirFromto
1Ghulam Mohammed SadiqMar 30, 1965Dec 12, 1971
2Syed Mir QasimDec 12, 1971Feb 25, 1975
3Sheikh AbdullahFeb 25, 1975Mar 26, 1977
 President's RuleMar 26, 1977Jul 9, 1977
4Sheikh AbdullahJul 9, 1977Sep 8, 1982
5Farooq AbdullahSep 8, 1982Jul 2, 1984
6Ghulam Mohammad ShahJul 2, 1984Mar 6, 1986
 President's RuleMar 6, 1986Nov 7, 1986
7Farooq AbdullahNov 7, 1986Jan 19, 1990
8President's RuleJan 19, 1990Oct 9, 1996
9Farooq AbdullahOct 9, 1996Oct 18, 2002
 President's RuleOct 18, 2002Nov 2, 2002
12Mufti Mohammad SayeedNov 2, 2002Nov 2, 2005
13Ghulam Nabi AzadNov 2, 2005Jul 11, 2008
 President's RuleJul 11, 2008Jan 5, 2009
15Omar AbdullahJan 5, 2009Jan 9, 2015
President's RuleJan 9, 2015Mar 01, 2015
16Mufti Mohammad SayeedMar 01, 2015 Jan 07, 2016
 President's RuleJan 08, 2016Apr 4, 2015
17Mehbooba Mufti SayeedApr 4, 2015Jun 20, 2018
18President's RuleJun 20, 2018Present

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Last Updated on : June 20, 2018



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