Prashant Singh, who has held the responsibility of senior advocate of the state and Additional Advocate General in the past, will now be the new Advocate General of Madhya Pradesh. On Wednesday, Gopal Srivastava, Principal Secretary, Department of Law and Legislative Affairs, Government of Madhya Pradesh gave this information. On the recommendation of the government, the governor approved his name.
The newly appointed Advocate General Prashant Singh is likely to take over his post in a day or two. Prashant Singh, originally a resident of Mohan Lalganj, Lucknow, has completed his schooling from Jabalpur Christchurch. At the same time, she has completed further studies from Rani Durgavati University. Senior advocate Prashant Singh has also been the RSS’s Prant Sanghchalak. In practice, Soumya Prashant Singh is considered to be well versed in the law. MP Rakesh Singh has congratulated him on his appointment.
Started advocacy in 1992
Senior advocate Prashant Singh started his practice in 1992 under the guidance of former Advocate General Ravinandan Singh. Started independent advocacy in 1996. Later on, the Panel Lawyer was again made Additional Advocate General, but resigned from this post to fulfill the responsibility of Sankalp Maha Shivir of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
Have held important positions in VHP and Sangh
Shri Singh, who has performed many important responsibilities in Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, is currently the Sangh Pracharak of Mahakaushal province of RSS. Due to his deep association with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, he has a lot of penetration among the like-minded jurists of the legal world of the country and the state. Prashant Singh, who has a friendly personality, is popular among the lawyers of Jabalpur.
well versed in law
Advocate General Prashant Singh has equal expertise in all types of advocacy, writ, civil, criminal, tax and constitutional. His tenure as Additional Advocate General was memorable. His style has been vigorous lobbying on behalf of the state. daily He said that he would leave no stone unturned to live up to the test of confidence he had placed in himself. Let us inform here that this post was lying vacant after the appointment of Advocate General Purushendra Kaurav as Justice in MP High Court.