Dad Mohammad Khan

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Dad Mohammad Khan, was locally known as Amir Dado,[1] was a Member of Parliament in the National Assembly of Afghanistan representing the Helmand province. He was the former chief of intelligence for the Helmand province, and ran unsuccessfully as second vice-presidential running mate to Sayyed Abdul Hadi Dabir in the 2004 Afghan presidential election.[2]

Dad Mohammad was the target of several Taliban attacks[3] as were members of his family.

Dad Mohammad Khan was killed in road bomb blast in the southern province of Helmand of Afghanistan on March 19, 2009.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ In the land of the Taliban - The New York Times 26 October 2006
  2. ^ Presidential Candidates Sayyed Abdul Hadi DABIR
  3. ^ 400 held after Afghan official shot at
  4. ^ Afghan Member of Parliament Killed in Road Bomb Blast[permanent dead link]