Dad Mohammad Khan
Dad Mohammad Khan, was locally known as Amir Dado, 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.
Dad Mohammad was the target of several Taliban attacks 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.
- In the land of the Taliban - The New York Times 26 October 2006
- Presidential Candidates Sayyed Abdul Hadi DABIR
- 400 held after Afghan official shot at
- Afghan Member of Parliament Killed in Road Bomb Blast[permanent dead link]
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