ISLAMABAD Former attorney general Anwar Mansoor Khan said on Monday that Minister for Law and Justice Babar Awan was illegally interfering with the affairs of the office of attorney general. Anwar Mansoor said that AG office was a constitutional office and AG was answerable only to the court and not even to Prime Minister or President. He urged the Government to implement the verdict of the Supreme Court on National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) by writing a letter to Swiss authorities for reopening cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. While talking to media persons outside the Supreme Court building, Anwar said that Babar could be tried for this odd conduct. Commenting over Babars allegation, he said, If my conduct was irresponsible, why Babar Awan has revamped each and every post under AG office including drivers after my resignation and what kind of threat he (Babar Awan) was facing from the poor drivers, he asked. I was enjoying confidence of superior judiciary while fulfilling my constitutional duties but perhaps it was not acceptable to the Government, as Babar told me that record regarding Swiss cases could only be accessed on his dead body, therefore I decided to resign, he informed. He went on to say that office of the attorney general was independent and the Law Minister had nothing to do with this office. 17-member bench of the SC has given a judgement and the Government will have to send a letter to the Swiss authorities in this respect and its implementation or otherwise was responsibility of the Swiss government, he added. Anwar said he had discharged his duty honestly, adding I have not talked to any judge about any matter related to merit of case, as the merit of the case can not be discussed in the chamber, he observed.