Who was the First National Security Advisor of India

(A) George Fernandes
(B) Brajesh Mishra
(C) Rajagopala Chidambaram
(D) Dwarka Prasad Mishra

Correct Answer : Brajesh Mishra
Explanation : Brajesh Mishra was the first National Security Advisor of India during Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s tenure. The tenure of Brajesh Mishra was from November 1998 to May 2004. The National Security Adviser (NSA) is the senior official on the National Security Council (NSC) of India and the chief adviser to the Prime Minister of India on national and international security policy. NSA is a highly eminent and powerful office in the Government of India. All NSAs appointed since the initiation of the post in 1998 belong to the either Indian Foreign Service or to the Indian Police Service. This officer works at the pleasure of the Prime Minister of India.
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