Is Yogi replacing third deputy chief minister in government?

There is speculation over the sudden voluntary retirement of Arvind Kumar Sharma, a UP-based IAS officer of 1988 batch of Gujarat cadre and a trusted officer of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Possessing the possibility. A daily newspaper published from Gujarat has published the news that Arvind Sharma was made the claimant of Deputy Chief Minister in the Yogi government, after which BJP’s internal political temper has increased in the state. However, senior officials associated with the BJP are advocating giving a Dalit leader the post of Deputy Chief Minister in the Yogi government for any ethnic republic.

Arvind Kumar Sharma, the eldest son of Shivamurthy Rai and Shanti Devi, who lived in the village of Kazakhurd under Ranipur development block of Mohammadabad Gohna tehsil of Mau district, was born on April 11, 1962. Arvind Sharma’s father was a traffic inspector and mother housewife at Roadways. The eldest of the three brothers, Arvind was brilliant since childhood. After completing his initial education from the primary school in the village, he completed his studies from DAV Inter College to Intermediate. After this, he turned to Allahabad University for graduation. From here, topped the Masters course in Political Science. After this, he also got a PhD from the University of Allahabad. After this, he started a job as Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department of Allahabad University. Arvind, who dreamed of going to civil service, also worked very hard on teaching with teaching. In the third attempt, in the year 1988, Arvind was selected for the Indian Administrative Service in Gujarat cadre. He was posted to the post of SDM in 1989. He became the commissioner of Mehsana in the year 1995.
Arvind made his own identity with hard work and hard work. In 2001, when Narendra Modi took over as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Arvind Sharma was the chief among the honest leaders posted in his office. Arvand got the post of Secretary Chief Minister and in the year 2013, he was promoted and given the responsibility of Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister. When Narendra Modi became Prime Minister in the year 2014, Arvind did not forget to bring the Prime Minister’s office with him. In June 2014, he was made Joint Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office on central deputation. At present, Arvind Sharma was posted as Secretary in the Ministry of Small and Micro Industries. Sharma took voluntary retirement on 11 January. Since then, the market of speculation in the political corridors from Gujarat to Uttar Pradesh is hot. It is believed that Arvind Sharma’s second innings may start in the political arena. Arvind can be given the responsibility of deputy chief minister in the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh.

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