Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan has resigned from his office alleging Federal Law Minister of offering hindrances to his duties, report said here Friday. In his resignation sent to the Prime Minister office, Khan maintained that Law Minister and Ministry of Law are not cooperating with him, alleging them of neglecting their duties deliberately. In view of the situation I found myself unable to perform my duties and resigning from the office under Article 100 of the constitution, Khan was quoted as writing in his resignation letter. Khan hit the headlines yesterday when he blamed Law Minister Baber Awan for the snag behind attempts in completing legal procedures for sending letter to his counterpart in Switzerland for reopening of money-laundering case involving President Asif Ali Zardari.