Narendra Modi's Principal Advisor PK Sinha resigns, says report; retired IAS officer was appointed in Sep 2019

According to the order of his appointment, his tenure as Principal Advisor was co-terminus with the term of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or until further announcement, whichever earlier

Press Trust of India March 16, 2021 17:53:31 IST
Narendra Modi's Principal Advisor PK Sinha resigns, says report; retired IAS officer was appointed in Sep 2019

File image of PK Sinha. PTI

New Delhi: PK Sinha, the Principal Advisor to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has resigned, sources said on Tuesday.

Sinha, a retired IAS officer of the 1977 batch, was appointed as Principal Advisor to the Prime Minister in September 2019, after a brief stint as an officer on special duty (OSD).

Sinha was made OSD to the Prime Minister in August 2019, after he had served four years as Cabinet Secretary. According to the order of his appointment, his tenure as Principal Advisor was co-terminus with the term of Prime Minister Modi or until further announcement, whichever earlier.

Sinha had also served as Secretary in the Ministry of Power.

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