Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan was born in 1924 in the city of Lahore, in the province of Punjab, British India. After completing his early education in his hometown, he traveled to the United Kingdom to pursue his higher education. He graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in law.
Upon his return to the subcontinent, he started his career as a lawyer and quickly rose through the ranks to become one of the most respected and prominent attorneys in the region. In addition to his legal career, he also involved himself in politics. He joined the Muslim League, a political party that championed the cause of independence for the Muslims of British India.
In 1947, Pakistan became an independent nation, and Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan was appointed as the first Attorney General of the country. He served in this position for six years, until he was appointed as the Minister of Law and Justice. He held this position for two years, until he was appointed as the Minister of Railways.
In 1970, Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan was appointed as the Minister of Defense. He served in this position until 1977, when he was appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He held this position until 1985, when he was appointed as the Minister of Interior. He held this position until 1988, when he was appointed as the Minister of Finance.
Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan retired from politics in 1988 and passed away in 1995. He was a highly respected statesman and played a significant role in the development of Pakistan. He is remembered for his dedication to his country and his commitment to serving the people of Pakistan.