Bihar gets first chief secy from minorities
The Morning Standard|January 01, 2022
CHIEF minister Nitish Kumar appointed 1987-batch IAS officer Amir Sabhani as the chief secretary of Bihar. He will replace Tripurari Sharan, whose term came to an end on Friday.
RAMA SHANKAR

Subhani was the topper of his batch. He is Bihar’s first chief secretary belonging to the minority community. Considered close to CM Nitish, Subahni’s appointment has not gone down well in the BJP circles.

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