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Article 76 of the Indian Constitution under Part-V deals with the position of Attorney General of India. It mentions that he/she is the highest law officer in India. As a chief legal advisor to the government of India, he advises the union government on all legal matters. He also is the primary lawyer representing Union Government in the Supreme Court of India. The Attorney General, like an Advocate General of a State, is not supposed to be a political appointee, in spirit, but this is not the case in practice. The Attorney General of India has the right to speak and take part in the proceedings of either House, any joint sitting of both the Houses and any committee of Parliament of which he is a member, without being entitled to vote. Hence both statements are correct.

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