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Karnataka Senior Advocate K M Nataraj Appointed as Additional Solicitor General of India

Team SoOLEGAL 16 Jan 2019 10:30am

Karnataka Senior Advocate K M Nataraj Appointed as Additional Solicitor General of India

The Union Department of Law and Justice has appointed senior advocate of Karnataka, K M Nataraj as the Additional Solicitor General of India (ASGI).

A notification was issued in this regard communicated the President's approval for the appointment. Mr. K M Nataraj will hold office from January 14, 2019 to June 30, 2020 or until further orders.

The Senior High Court Advocate has previously served as the Additional Advocate-General of Karnataka for four years from 2009. He was also, in April, 2015, appointed as the Additional Solicitor General of India for Southern Zone for a period of three.

Mr. Natraj said that he has resigned as the ASG for the South Zone and is determined to perform his duty as ASGI with full seriousness and honesty.

The newly appointed ASGI belongs from Eshwaramangala in Puttur taluk in Karnataka and pursued his law course from SDM Law College in Mangaluru. He began his career in Mangaluru too, at the JMFC court

The previous event in which a person of Karnataka origin had functioned in this post was when retired Lokayukta Justice N Santosh Hegde, was appointed to this post in 1989-90. 



Tagged: Additional Solicitor General of India   K M Nataraj   President   Additional Advocate-General of Karnataka   Justice N Santosh Hegde     
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