Attorney General of India
The Attorney General for India plays the role of the chief legal advisor to the Indian government. They are also the government's main lawyer in the Supreme Court and are referred to as the advocate from the government's side. The President appoints the Attorney General with guidance from the Union Cabinet under Article 76(1) of the Constitution.
To be eligible for the position of the Attorney General, one must be a citizen of India and must qualify to be appointed as a Supreme Court judge. Additionally, they must either have been a High Court judge for 5 years or a High Court advocate for 10 years.