Rahman Dadman

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Rahman Dadman (Persian: رحمان دادمان‎‎) was an Iranian politician born in Ardabil. He was the Minister of Roads and Transportation, under President Mohammad Khatami until May 18, 2001 when he died in an air accident with about 30 other passengers in the crash of an Iranian YAK-40 plane, 13 miles from the city of Sari, Iran in northern Iran.[1]

Preceded by
Mohammads Saidi-kia
Roads and Transportation minister of Iran
Succeeded by
Ahmad Khorram