Muhammad Ali Jalali

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Muhammad Ali Jalali (b. ? d. 2006) was Governor of Paktika from the Taliban's fall in 2001 to 2005, when he quit for an unsuccessful run at a parliamentary seat. In 2006 he was killed by Taliban militants while travelling in Ghazni province [1]. Jalali was replaced by the Governor in 2004 after reports that the Taliban were in effective control of large parts of Paktika, and that he was personally collaborating with them [2].

Preceded by
Governor of Paktika
Succeeded by
Gulab Mangal