He shall receive such remuneration as the President may determine. Thus, the power to appoint the Attorney General and to remove him from office is vested in the President, but he exercises this power on the advice of the Council of Ministers. Duties of Attorney General
The Attorney General gives advice to the Government of India upon such legal matters as may be referred to him and performs such duties of a legal character as may be assigned to him, by the President from time to time. He discharges functions conferred on him by or under the Constitution or any other law.
According to the rules made by the President, the Attorney General, In addition, is required to appear on behalf of the Government of India in all cases in the Supreme Court in which the Government of India is concerned; also he represents the Government of India in any reference made by the President to the Supreme Court under Article 143.
The Government of India may also require him to appear in any High Court in any case in which the Government of India is concerned. In the performance of his duties, the Attorney General has the right of audience in all courts in India. He has also the right to speak in and otherwise to take part in the proceedings of either House of Parliament or parliamentary committees. He enjoys all the parliamentary privileges which are available to members of the Parliament.