What Is The Difference Between Attorney General And Solicitor General?

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The attorney general of India is the Indian government's chief legal advisor, and its primary lawyer in dealing with the Supreme Court of India.

The attorney general is usually a highly respected senior advocate of the court, and is appointed by the ruling government.

The office of the attorney general was created by the Constitution of India, and attorney generals have the right to participate in the proceedings of Parliament, but cannot vote.

Unlike the United States, in India, the attorney general does not have executive authority and is not a government minister; those functions are performed by the law minister.

The attorney general is assisted by the solicitor general of India and several additional solicitors general. The solicitor general is the second law officer of the state after the attorney general.
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Attorney General- A person who is qualified to be appointed a judge of the Supreme Court to be Attorney General of India.
Solicitor General- Person who is assistant of Attorney General is a Solicitor General Of India.

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