ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE STATE
The Constitution (Article 165) has provided for the office of the advocate general for the states. He is the highest law officer in the state. Thus he corresponds to the Attorney General of India.
APPOINTMENT AND TERM
DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS
As the chief law officer of the government in the state, the duties of the advocate general include the following:
Further, he has the right to speak and to take part in the proceedings of both the Houses of the state legislature or any committee of the state legislature of which he may be named a member, but without a right to vote.