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from hasmukh adhia to arvind from hasmukh adhia

From Hasmukh Adhia to Arvind

From Hasmukh Adhia to Arvind

Subramanian, here's Arun Jaitley's

Subramanian, here's Arun Jaitley's

Budget team

Budget team

This is the group as a way to spearhead what is going to basically be the prime Minister's vision file

for 2019

Budget 2018

Budget 2018

As the Narendra Modi government presents its fifth and final Union Budget before the 2019 polls, this is the

team that will spearhead what will essentially be the Prime Minister’s vision document for 2019 and beyond

along with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

Hasmukh Adhia

FINANCE SECRETARY

adhia was designated finance secretary when ashok

Adhia was designated finance secretary when Ashok Lavasa retired in October. The senior most official in

handling GST, he still has a lot on his platter as he looks to ensure revenue buoyancy, while removing the

complications arising from the new levy’s less-than-perfect roll-out. He is also one of the masterminds

behind demonetisation. Adhia is a strong contender to be the next Cabinet secretary.

Subhash Garg

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS SECRETARY

A 1983 batch Rajasthan cadre officer, Garg took over as economic affairs secretary in June, after the

retirement of Shaktikanta Das. Garg was World Bank executive director for Bhutan, Bangladesh, India, and

Sri Lanka before this. This will be his first Budget as secretary. There has been criticism over his

communication to markets and stakeholders, especially on additional borrowing numbers.

Neeraj Gupta

DISINVESTMENT SECRETARY

The disinvestment department used to struggle to reach the Rs 300-bn mark in annual stake sales. Under

Gupta, the renamed body has this year garnered more than Rs 900 bn and could reach Rs 1 trn. A lot of

these proceeds have come from buybacks and a PSU acquiring another. The department has also carried

out a number of IPOs and launched two exchange traded funds. Expect the department to be given a

tougher target in FY19. One area where the department must take its share of the blame is privatisation of

PSUs.

Ajay Narayan Jha

expenditure secretary

EXPENDITURE SECRETARY

A 1982 batch Manipur cadre officer, Jha took over as expenditure secretary after Ashok Lavasa’s retirement.

Before that, he was secretary of the environment ministry. He has had previous experience in the

expenditure department and the finance commission. His task is to help balance a budget kitty of Rs 23-24

trillion and channel that into record capital spending, rising subsidies in the face of oil price rise, flagship

schemes for farmers, the rural sector, affordable housing and employment, and defence.

Rajeev Kumar

FINANCIAL SERVICES SECRETARY

Kumar joined as secretary here last August, when PSBs, reeling under the non-performing asset mess, were

in need of handholding by the Union government. Two months later, the government announced a historic

Rs 2.11 trillion recapitalisation plan for PSBs. This is not Kumar’s first assignment in Union Budget making.

He held the posts of additional secretary and joint secretary in the Department of Expenditure between

2012 and 2015. He worked on bringing changes in the Finance Commission and Public Financial

Management System during this stint.

Arvind Subramanian

chief economic advisor

CHIEF ECONOMIC ADVISOR

This is expected to be Subramanian’s last Budget and Economic Survey, unless he gets another extension.

He has been a key member of Jaitley’s Budgetmaking teams and expanded the scope and depth of

economic surveys. The topics he has dealt with are as varied as universal basic income, bad bank for

stressed assets, Jan-Dhan, and Aadhaar. He has been a critic of the Monetary Policy Committee’s inflation

modelling and is not considered a fiscal conservative, having advocated higher spending in the past.