The central government on Sunday made a significant bureaucratic reshuffle and selected 23 new secretaries amidst the coronavirus lockdown. Presently it is very evident that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to coordinate his attention on the financial recuperation and development which was at that point on its drop out and into progressively serious circumstance because of the episode of the pandemic.
As per news reports, PM needs the spotlight presently to be completely on returning economy on development direction, even as plainly there could be a tremendous drawn-out respite.
The most critical of the transfers have originated from inside the Prime Minister’s Office were those of Tarun Bajaj and Arvind Kumar Sharma, that will assume a major role in the monetary recuperation. Both are right now serving as the Additional Secretary in Prime Minister’s Office.
Tarun Bajaj, designated as the new Department of Economic Affairs Secretary by supplanting Atanu Chakraborty who will be resigning before the month’s over.
Arvind Kumar Sharma designated the Secretary in the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises by replacing Arun Kumar Panda on April 30.
In addition to this replacement, Rajesh Verma who is currently serving as special secretary in the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers Welfare will be serving as corporate affairs secretary. Health and family welfare secretary Preeti Sudan who is at the bleeding edge of India’s fight against COVID-19 has been given an expansion of a quarter of a year past her date of retirement on 30 April.
With these arrangements, the Prime Minister has likewise flagged that he will take on an additional hands-on job for any upgrade or financial bundle that his administration reports for the monetary recovery, included in a report.