Amit Malviya is an Indian politician who became the national convener of the IT cell of the Bharatiya Janata Party in 2015.In June 2000, he started his career in Mumbai when he joined ICICI Bank as an Assistant Manager.In October 2001, he joined Calyon as Business Analyst; he worked there till July 2003.In 2003, he started working at HSBC and retired from there as a Sr Vice President in 2010.He was the Vice President – Global Treasury Sales, South at the Bank of America in Bengaluru from July 2010 to June 2012.Malviya relocated to Delhi in 2015 when he became the head of the BJP IT Cell. His association with the BJP first came into the limelight in 2009 when he co-founded the forum Friends of BJP. The forum aimed to publicize the party and bring it to power. Other founding members included Rajesh Jain, managing director of Mumbai-based IT firm Net Core Solutions, and Piyush Goel, a financial consultant. Together, they launched an SMS campaign to help BJP win more seats in the then-upcoming Lok Sabha elections. They urged people to join the group by logging into www.friendsofbjp.org.The BJP appointed Malviya as the co-incharge to oversee party affairs in West Bengal ahead of the 2021 Legislative Assembly elections in the state.In 2020, he co-authored the book ‘THE CITIZENSHIP DEBATE: CAA & NRC’ with Salman Khurshid.