Maha Advocate General Ravi Kadam resigns
Mumbai: Maharashtra government's Advocate
General Ravi Kadam on Tuesday tendered his resignation to the Chief
Minister citing professional and personal reasons.
In a letter addressed to Chief Minister Prithviraj
Chavan, Kadam has said he has been the advocate general since
2005 and now wants to professionally and personally move on.
"During my tenure I have enjoyed full co-operation and
support from the government but it was time to move on both
professionally and personally," he said.
"I have been wanting to resign for quiet some time now. I
had requested the same to the CM a few months back too but he
had asked me to defer it for sometime. But since the New Year
has begun I decided to tender my resignation," Kadam told PTI.
Kadam has been advocate general under the tenure of three
Chief Ministers - Vilasrao Deshmukh, Ashok Chavan and
According to government sources, the resignation would be
accepted in due course of time.