Government Re-designates “Assistant Solicitor General of lndia” as “Deputy Solicitor General of lndia”

Government Re-designates "Assistant Solicitor General of lndia" as "Deputy Solicitor General of lndia"

The Central Government Re-designates “Assistant Solicitor General of lndia” as “Deputy Solicitor General of lndia”.

Office Memorandum 

The Central Government directed the Joint Secretary & Legal Adviser Vijay Kumar Sharma to refer to the Department’s Office Memorandum re-designating, inter-alia, the Senior Central Government Standing Counsel of High Courts as ‘Assistant Solicitor General of India’ and to convey that the competent authority has decided to re-designate henceforth ‘Assistant Solicitor General of lndia’ as “Deputy Solicitor General of lndia”, to remove confusion and doubt between Additional Solicitor General of lndia and Assistant Solicitor General of lndia, as both of them use same abbreviation ‘ASG’. 

The Memorandum read that they will continue to be governed by the existing terms & conditions as per the Department’s OM No. 26( 1 )/99-Judl. 

It further stated that the abbreviation for the new designation “Deputy Solicitor General of lndia” would be “DSGI” and this should strictly be adhered to. 

Citation: F. No. J-11014/2/2022-Judicial

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