|High Commissioner of India to Pakistan|
|Assumed office |
12 December 2017
|Preceded by||Gautam Bambawale|
|Ambassador of India to Poland and Lithuania|
January 2015 – November 2017
|Preceded by||Monika Kapil Mohta|
|Alma mater||Princeton University,|
St. Stephen's College, Delhi
Ajay Bisaria is an Indian diplomat who is currently the High Commissioner of India to Pakistan. Prior to this appointment, Bisaria was earlier served as the Private Secretary to the then Prime Minister of India Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
Bisaria got his initial education in the cities of Mumbai and New Delhi. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Economics from St. Stephen's College, Delhi in 1983. Bisaria also has a Master's in Business Administration from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and another in Public policy obtained from Princeton University.
He is a 1987 batch officer of the Indian Foreign Service. Bisaria was appointed Private Secretary in the Prime Minister's Office in 1999 and served in this position till 2004. He was part of the PM's delegation which attended the 12th SAARC summit held in Islamabad in January 2004.
High Commissioner to Pakistan
The Narendra Modi government made Bisaria the High Commissioner of India to Pakistan on 1 November 2017 and he took charge soon after on 12 December. Immediately before that, he was the Indian Ambassador to Poland at Warsaw since January 2015 with concurrent accreditation to Lithuania.
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