Rajinder Khanna appointed as new Deputy NSA
Former RAW Chief Rajinder Khanna, a 1978-batch Research and Analysis Wing Service (RAS) officer, has been appointed as the new Deputy National Security Adviser (NSA) on January 2, 2018 without a fixed tenure and would remain at the post until further orders. He will assist NSA Ajit Doval, who too is a former RAW chief. It is for the first time when both NSA and Deputy NSA are from intelligence agency background. Khanna has led many counter-terrorism operations in the spy agency and is reportedly an expert on Pakistan and Islamic terrorism. The position has been vacant since Arvind Gupta had stepped down after completion of his contractual term in August 2017.
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Topics: Ajit Doval • Global surveillance disclosures • Government • Intelligence agencies • Mass surveillance • National security • National Security Advisor • National Security Agency • Rajinder Khanna • Research and Analysis Wing
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