Pakistan's new AG


Express April 19, 2010

ISLAMABAD:

The government appointed Justice retired Maulvi Anwar ul Haq as new attorney general of Pakistan on Monday.


The office was laying vacant following the resignation of Anwar Mansoor Khan. The former Attorny General resigned on April 2nd,


protesting non-cooperation from the Law Ministry over the re-opening of Swiss cases against President Zardari. Anwar Mansoor had alleged that the Law Ministry was creating hindrances in the implementation of Supreme Court's verdict on the NRO.




COMMENTS (1)

s ashar | 10 years ago | Reply wishing him all the best.with the present scenario, it may be a tough job. but i can holistically say, if the job is done honestly, without fear, and only on what the job demands, and what rule of law demands, the purpose would be served. if one wants the history to remember, he has to work for it. short termers come anc go, no one bothers to talk about them. anwar mansoor khan, could not take it, as he is known straight forward. no one dare touched the former CJ of tessori case, amk blasted the story to media.
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