Abdul Jabbar Taqwa

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Abdul Jabbar Taqwa
Governor of Kabul, Afghanistan
In office
9 August 2014 – 16 October 2015
Governor of Parwan
In office
March 2004 – March 2009
Preceded by Abdul Basir Salangi
Governor of Takhar
In office
18 March 2010 – 19 September 2012
Preceded by Abdul Latif Ibrahimi
Succeeded by Maj. Gen. Ahmad Faisal Begzad
Personal details
Born 1954 (age 62–63)
Farkhar District, Takhar Province, Afghanistan
Religion Islam

Abdul Jabbar Taqwa is a former governor of Parwan Province. He was born in Kabul in 1954, and was educated in Afghanistan before attending University of Peshawar in Peshawar, Pakistan.

Taqwa was appointed as the governor of Takhar Province on March 16, 2010.[1] He was wounded in the suicide bombing on May 28, 2011, that killed Mohammed Daud Daud.[2]

He belongs to Tajik people.


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