Amarjeet Sinha, an advisor to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, resigned on Monday. There was no official announcement, but a spokesperson for the Prime Minister (PMO) who requested anonymity confirmed the news.
Sinha is an employee of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) from Bihar (1983 group). In February last year, he was appointed as an advisor to Prime Minister Modi. The reason for his resignation is unclear. This is the second critical resignation, this year that came from the main office of the country. The Prime Minister’s Chief Secretary P.K. Sinha resigned in early March.
Sinha has not issued any official announcements or responded to media inquiries.
Sinha and another important official, Bhaskar Khulbe, resigned as secretary of the Ministry of Rural Development and were appointed as advisors to the prime minister. During his thirty-year career, Sinha has held various senior positions in the Ministry of Education and Panchayati Raj. In addition to the field of knowledge, rural development. As we all know, he played a key role in projects such as the National Rural Health Mission and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. Sinha is also working as a trainer for future bureaucrats at Lala Bahadur Shastri National Academy.