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President Accepts Resignation Of ASG Sanjay Jain, Maninder Acharya To Replace Jain

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7 March 2018 3:06 PM GMT
President Accepts Resignation Of ASG Sanjay Jain, Maninder Acharya To Replace Jain
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President of India has accepted the resignation of Additional Solicitor General of India for the Delhi High Court Senior Advocate Sanjay Jain.

Sanjay Jain had submitted his resignation citing personal reasons in January this year, but he was asked to continue till a replacement was made.


He was appointed as ASG in the year 2014.

Recently the Appointment Committee of the Cabinet (ACC)  has approved the proposal for appointment of Mrs. Maninder Acharya, Senior Advocate as Additional Solicitor General of India for the High Court of Delhi, with effect from the date of assumption of the charge of the post up-to 30.06.2020, or until further orders, whichever is earlier.

ACC also approved the proposal for the appointment of Senior Advocates Vikramjit Banerjee, Aman Lekhi and Sandeep Sethi as new Additional Solicitor General for the Supreme Court of India till 30.06.20.

The Committee also approved the extension of the term of Senior Advocates Maninder Singh, PS Narsimha, Tushar Mehta and Pinky Anand as Additional Solicitor General for the Supreme Court of India till 30.06.20.

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