|History and Biodata
2. Previous Functions:
Policy Advisor to the Ministry of Interior (20110300-20120100)
Deputy Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs of Independent Directorate of Local Governance (20120200, 20130902, 20140207, 20150603)
Deputy Director General in Provincial affairs National Directorate of Security NDS (20150604)
Abdul Matin Baig Matin Bek Matin Beg Mateen is the son of Mutalib Bek, Member of Wolesi Jirga, who in the afternoon of Dec. 25, 2011 in Taloqan, Takhar Province was killed by a suicide bomber. Mutalib Bek was a former commander of the Mujahedin, the anti-Soviet resistance. He later joined the United Front — a coalition of anti-Taliban fighters — and played a key role in the war against the Taliban and Al Qaeda in northern Afghanistan. Abdul Matin Bek is a tribal leader in Takhar Province who is active in national politics in Kabul.
Abdul Matin Bek was born 1987, at the Hazare Smooch district of Takhar Province. He accomplished his secondary education at Amani High School on 2004. Bek received his bachelor degree in political science from Delhi University in 2008 and obtained his Master degree in the same field from Jawaher Lal Nehru University on 2010.
He has served previously as advisor the ministry of Interior and also as deputy minister for administrative and financial affairs of the Independent Directorate for Local Governance of Afghanistan for four years. He travelled across Afgahnistan for IDLG in all Provinces and is well suited for the Deputy Director General in Provincial affairs National Directorate of Security.
He speaks Dari, Hindi and English.