Mojadedi, Sibghatullah Hazrat Sahib Mujadidi Mojadidi,
|Name||Mojadedi, Sibghatullah Hazrat Sahib Mujadidi Mojadidi,|
|Date of birth||1926|
|Function/Grade||Meshrano Jirga Member 2011 MP MNA Kabul reappointed|
|History and Biodata||
Professor Hazrat Sibghatullah Mujadidi
1. Former Chairmen of Meshrano Jirga:
3. Biodata Mujadidi,
During Taliban rule, he settled in Pakistan. In December 2005, Professor Mojaddedi was elected to serve as the chairman of the Loya Jirga, and under his leadership the Loya Jirga was able to approve a new constitution for the country.
Prof. Sebghatullah Mujadidi has declared his resignation from all government responsibilities including the independent commission of solution of disputes and people’s relation with government. Membership of the senate and high peace council and the text of the resignation were sent to the Presidential Office. It is said that he resigned due to difference of views between Mujadidi and President Karzai. The background of his current resignation has been President Hamid Karzai’s refusal to appoint him as High Peace Council head what he felt was an insult. So far the resignation has not been accepted. (20120401) This is not the first time that Mujaddedi has resigned, only to return later. In 2005, when not elected in the first round as the Senate’s chairman, he stormed out of the hall decrying a ‘lack of respect’. He was persuaded to return, his rival withdrew his candidacy and Hazrat Saheb was proclaimed chairman without even a formal vote. He got his way again when he threatened to quit two years later when Herat's mayor Muhammad Rafiq Mujaddedi - a member of his clan - was arrested by then Attorney General Abdul Jabar Sabet, who led a loose-cannon anti-corruption campaign. In the parliament’s annual inauguration session in 2009, Mujaddedi threatened his resignation yet again, criticising the government’s support for corrupt officials. A return, after some gesture of apology, is again possible now.
In a meeting with Sebghatullah Mujaddedi, Chairperson of the Dispute Settlement Commission, a number of representatives of the Kuchis from Behsood district of Wardak accused a number of high-ranking government officials of being involved in the row between Kuchis and Hazaras over pasture land in the district.(20130108)