Qurban Ali Oruzgani

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Qurban Ali Oruzgani
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Qurban Ali Oruzgani in 2011
Governor of Daykundi, Afghanistan
Assumed office
15 April 2010
Preceded by Jan Mohammed Akbari
Personal details
Born March 21, 1958
Political party None
Profession Governor
Religion Islam

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Qurban Ali Oruzgani (Persian: قربان علی ارزگانی‎) is the current governor of Daykundi Province of Afghanistan. He was selected as governor by President Karzai in April 2010. He belongs to Hazara ethnic minority of Afghanistan and comes from Oruzgan Province.

Early life[edit]

He was born in a Bagh Char village of Oruzgan. His father, Mirza Muhammad Essa, was a government employee in Helmand Province. Oruzgani graduated from Technical Agriculture High School in 1979. During the university life, he started participating in anti-Soviet political parties, for which he had to quit education.

Political career[edit]

After the September 11 attacks, on the establishment of new government in Afghanistan, Oruzgani was nominated as one of the people's Representative of Helmand province. In April 2010, Oruzgani was selected as the new governor of Daykundi Province after Jan Mohammad Akbari. He is still in the office.[1]

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Preceded by
Jan Mohammed Akbari
Governor of Daykundi, Afghanistan
15 April 2010 – present
Succeeded by