Kanak Tiwari, a senior advocate of the Bilaspur High Court, has been appointed as the next Advocate General of the Chhattisgarh government.
The state government has issued an order to this effect.
Born on July 26 of 1940, Kanak Tiwari began his career as professor of English literature and then won gold medal in the LLB exams of the Ravi Shankar University in year 1971.
He chose the profession of law thereafter but also went on to write many a books including ‘Samvidhan Ka Sach’, ‘Samvidhan Ki Partal’ and a few others.
The earlier Advocate General of Chhattisgarh was Jugal Kishore Gilda, who tendered his resignation as soon as Congress leader Bhupesh Baghel took over as chief minister of Chhattisgarh.>