Mohammad Asim Asim

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Mohammad Asim Asim
محمدعاصم عاصم
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Governor of Parwan Province, Afghanistan
In office
8 June 2015 – 4 February 2018
Preceded byAbdul Basir Salangi
Succeeded by
Fazluddin Ayyar
Personal details
Born26 November 1958
Khinjan District, Baghlan Province, Afghanistan
Political partyNational Coalition of Afghanistan

Eng. Mohammad Asim Asim (Dari: محمدعاصم عاصم‎) is a politician in Afghanistan. He is a former governor of Parwan Province from 8 June 2015 till 4 February 2018.[1] Mr Asim was born 1958 in Khinjan District, Baghlan Province. He completed his higher education in BA and master in Islamic relations at Peshawar University. He served as a Deputy Minister of Telecommunication. Mr Asim was an MP who is close to both Abdullah Abdullah and Yunus Qanuni. He participated in the Emergency Loya Jirga in 2002 and was a member of parliament from 2005 to 2010. During the 2014 presidential campaign, he worked with Dr Abdullah Abdullah and is described as a close aid. He was a key member of his unity government negotiations team. Mr Asim is married and has five daughters and six sons.[2][3]


  1. ^ "Mohammad Asim appointed as new governor for Parwan - The Khaama Press News Agency". The Khaama Press News Agency. 2015-06-09.
  2. ^ "Mohammad Asim Asim".
  3. ^ "President Ghani Appointed Parwan New Governor".
Preceded by
Abdul Basir Salangi
Governor of Parwan Province, Afghanistan
8 June 2015–4 February 2018