Afghan Biographies

Pachir Agam District Nangahar Province

Name Pachir Agam District Nangahar Province
Ethnic backgr.
Date of birth
Function/Grade District Chief District Police Chief
History and Biodata

District Chief Pachir Wa Agam District Pacheragam district:
Malik Naseer (tribal elder)
Mualim Mashooq (20110522)
Azizullah Shinwari (20110824)
Mirbaz Khan (20161024)
Hazrat Khan Khaksar (20190713)
Hijratullah (20210602)
Pachiragam district police chief
Lt. Col. Mohibullah and three of his men were killed as a result of the bomb blast (20131218)

Pachir Wa Agam Pachir Agam Pachir Aw Agam is a district in the southeast of Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, bordering Pakistan. Its population, which is 100% Pashtun, was estimated at 39,280 in 2002, of whom 15,700 were children under 12. The district centre is the village of Pachir Wa Agam. The district has faced heavy conflict for at least a quarter of a century. It was a stronghold of the Mujahadin during the Soviet war and was heavily bombed during the 2001 United States war. The cave complex of Tora Bora, one of the last strongholds of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, is in Pachir Wa Agam district.

Last Modified 2021-06-02
Established 2011-05-29