Advocate general (India)

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In India, an advocate general is a legal advisor to a state government. The post is created by the Constitution of India and corresponds to that of Attorney General for India at the union government level. The Governor of each state shall appoint a person who is qualified to be appointed as judge of High Court as the Advocate General.

State Advocate General
Andhra Pradesh Subrahmanyam Sriram
Arunachal Pradesh Nilay Ananda Dutta
Assam Ramesh Chandra Borpatra Gohain
Bihar Lalit Kishore
Chhattisgarh Satish Chandra Verma
Goa Devidas Pangam
Gujarat Kamal Trivedi
Haryana Baldev Raj Mahajan
Himachal Pradesh Ashok Sharma
Jharkhand Ajit Kumar
Karnataka Prabhuling K. Navadagi
Kerala C. P. Sudhakara Prasad
Madhya Pradesh Shashank Shekhar
(acting)
Maharashtra Ashutosh Kumbhakoni
Manipur Naorem Kumarjit Singh
Meghalaya Amit Kumar
Mizoram Biswajeet Deb
Nagaland K. N. Balagopal
Odisha Ashok Parija
Punjab Atul Nanda
Rajasthan Mahendra Singh Singhvi
Sikkim Vivek Kohli
Tamil Nadu Vijay Narayan
Telangana B. S. Prasad
Tripura Arun Kanti Bhowmik
Uttar Pradesh Raghvendra Singh
Uttarakhand S. N. Babulkar
West Bengal Kishore Dutta

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