Which of the following is the highest law officer of India?
A. Prime Minister of India
B. President of India
C. Attorney-General for India
D. Speaker of Lok Sabha
Answer: Attorney-General for India
Explanation: Article 76 of Indian Constitution deals with the Attorney-General for India. Article 76 of the constitution mentions that the Attorney General of India is the highest law officer of India. As a chief legal advisor to the government of India, he advises the union government on all legal matters.
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