Shortly after the Congress-JD(S) lost power in Karnataka, Advocate General for the state Udaya Holla has resigned from the post.
Udaya Holla was appointed as Advocate General for Karnataka in May 2018. He had replaced Prabhuling Navadgi, who resigned from the post soon after the BJP government ceased to be in power in the state.
Holla’s resignation follows that of Additional Advocate General (AAG) Devadatt Kamat, who put in his papers two days ago. In his letter addressed to the Governor Vajubhai Vala, Kamat cited personal reasons for his resignation while expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to serve his home state.
In April this year, AS Ponnanna had also resigned as AAG.