Third Antony ministry
Third A. K. Antony Ministry
|18th Cabinet of Kerala|
|Date formed||17 May 2001|
|Date dissolved||29 August 2004|
|People and organisations|
|Head of government||A. K. Antony|
|Predecessor||Third Nayanar ministry|
|Successor||First Chandy ministry|
The Eleventh Kerala Legislative Assembly Council of Ministers in A. K. Antony's third ministry, was a Kerala Council of Ministers (Kerala Cabinet), the executive wing of Kerala state government, led by Indian National Congress Party leader A. K. Antony from 17 May 2001 to 29 August 2004. This was the 18th Ministry in Kerala and it comprised 21 ministers.
- The Akshaya project was implemented in 2002 by providing E-literacy to the people those who haven't it and opening Akshaya centres in the remote rural areas of the state, thus ensuring Internet availability all over the state, aiming to make Kerala the first complete E-literate state of India.
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