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solicitor general / Attorney general

(Querist) 12 June 2009 This query is : Resolved 
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Kindly clear me difference in between solicitor general / Attorney general of India.With Thanks
Swami Sadashiva Brahmendra Sar (Expert) 13 June 2009
The Solicitor General for India is subordinate to the Attorney General of India. The Solicitor General for India is the second law officer of the country, assists the Attorney General, and is himself assisted by four Additional Solicitors General for India.[1] Unlike the Attorney General, Solicitor General does not tender legal advice to the Government of India. His workload is confined to appear in courts on behalf of the Union of India.

M. PIRAVI PERUMAL (Expert) 13 June 2009
The Solicitor General for India is subordinate to the Attorney General of India. The Solicitor General for India is the second law officer of the country, assists the Attorney General, and is himself assisted by four Additional Solicitors General for India. Unlike the Attorney General, Solicitor General does not tender legal advice to the Government of India. His workload is confined to appear in courts on behalf of the Union of India.


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