Subhash chandra Pratihar 31 May 2020
Suri.Sravan Kumar (senior) 31 May 2020
If the Advocate is appointed as Govt Pleader/AGP by the Govt he cannot appear against the Govt/State.
KISHAN DUTT RETD JUDGE (RETIRED JUDICIAL OFFICER) 03 June 2020
I agree with the opinion of Expert Mr. Suri.Sravan Kumar
Deekshitulu.V.S.R (B.Sc, B.L) 06 June 2020
The answer is in your reply only. Any body appointed as Standing for any of the department of State or Central cannot appear against the governjment. So also with the appointments made by the governments, which are looselly called as political appointments.
LIYANA SHAJI 09 June 2020
Under section 2(7) of the Civil Procedure Code, a govt pleader iincludes any officer appointed by the State Government to perform all or any of the functions expressly imposed by this Code on the Government Pleader and also any pleader acting under the directions of the Government Pleader. Hence, only if an advocate is appointed as a govt pleader, he/she cannot appear against the govt/state.
Subhash chandra Pratihar 30 June 2020