Senior advocate R Venkataramani has been appointed the Attorney General of India. President Droupadi Murmu issued the notification of his appointment. Ramani will take over as the country's top legal officer on October 1.

Former Law Commission member, Mr Venkataramani was most recently in the news after being appointed the receiver and amicus for the homebuyers in the Amrapali housing case in the Supreme Court. Venkataramani enrolled in the Bar in July 1977

with the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and joined the chambers of P P Rao, senior advocate at THE Supreme Court, in 1979. He then set up an independent practice at the Supreme Court in 1982.

He was designated as a senior advocate by the Supreme Court of India in 1997. He was appointed as a member of the Law Commission of India in 2010 and again for another term in 2013.

Venkataramani has completed 42 years of practice in the Supreme Court.
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