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
NationalityAfghanistan
Political partyNational Coalition of Afghanistan
ProfessionPolitician

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]

References[edit]

  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". www.afghan-bios.info.
  3. ^ "President Ghani Appointed Parwan New Governor". www.bakhtarnews.com.af.
Preceded by
Abdul Basir Salangi
Governor of Parwan Province, Afghanistan
8 June 2015–4 February 2018
Incumbent