What is the difference between Solicitor and Attorney General of India?

The Constitution of India (Article 76) has provided for the office of the Attorney General of India. He is the highest law officer in the country. 

Only the office of the Attorney General is created by the Constitution, and Article 76 does not mention the solicitor general and additional solicitor general. The Solicitor general assists the Attorney General in the fulfilment of his official responsibilities. 

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