Anwar Mansoor appointed as Attorney General of Pakistan

Anwar Mansoor again appointed as Attorney General of Pakistan.
Massive changes occurring at government level just after taking Oath of newly elected PM Imran Khan.
Imran khan also announced federal cabinet consist of 20 members.
After the announcement of Federal Cabinet the newly elected Government appointed Anwar Mansoor as Attorney General of Pakistan.
Anwar Mansoor will take the seat of Khalid Javed as Attorney General.
He started his career as a Captain in Pakistan Army and also took part in 1971 Indo-Pak war and went to India as a war prisoner.
A glance at Anwar Mansoor’s Career
In 1974, after his retirement from Pakistan Army Anwar Mansoor adopted his father’s profession and started advocacy in 1981.
Anwar Mansoor selected for High court in 1983 and he had appointed as Judge of Sindh high Court in 2000 but he resigned just after a year.
He has been appointed as Advocate general of Sindh in 2002 but he also resigned from the post in 2007.
He challenged The Provisional Constitutional Order (PCO) which was notified by General (Rtrd) Musharraf in Sindh High Court and called it Contradictory to the Supreme Court’s 3rd November Order.
Anwar Mansoor was the member of Pakistan Bar, Sindh HC Bar and Karachi Bar.
Anwar Mansoor Played key role in Preparation of Companies Ordinance and launching Islamic Banking in Pakistan.
On the reference of Anwar Mansoor the Supreme Judicial Council recommended to take action against Former Chief Justice Afzal Sumro.
He became Attorney General of Pakistan by replacing Latif Kosha but due to the lack of Cooperation by Law Ministry on NRO Case, he resigned from the Post in 2010.