Afghan Biographies

Akhbar, Muhammad Zahir Lt Gen


Name Akhbar, Muhammad Zahir Lt Gen
Ethnic backgr. Tajik
Date of birth 1964
Function/Grade Consulate General of Afghanistan in Munich Germany
History and Biodata

1. Consulate General of Afghanistan in Munich, Germany:
Mohammad Sahak Azimullah Sahaag (20181031) applied for Political Asylum in Germany (20181112)
Mohammad Bashir Aman (20110926, 20140711-20180809)
Mohammad Zahir Aghbar (20180810)

Noerdliche Muenchner Str. 12, 82031 Gruenwald, Munich, Germany

Phone: 089 121994444



2. Previous Functions Mohammad Zahir Aghbar Mohammad Zahir Akhbar:
• Garrison Commander of National Military Academy of Afghanistan
• Professor of Infantry tactics in National Military Academy of Afghanistan
• Deputy Assistant of State Security
• Chief of State Security Protection
• General Commander of National Security
• Security Commander of Kabul Headquarters
• Chief of Education Department in Ministry of Defense
• General Security Officer
• Deputy Minister of Defense in Security Affairs
• Chief of Afghanistan National Army Structure
• Chief of Afghanistan Police Parity
• Afghanistan’s Chief of Police
• Chief of Counter Narcotics
(20040919)
• Senior Advisor to Ministry of Interior
• Chief of Afghanistan’s Physical Education and Sports
• President of Afghanistan National Olympic Committee (20171204-20180405)
• Senior Security Advisor to Chief of Executive of Afghanistan
(20150304)
• Consul General of Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan in Munich
 

3. Biodata:
Aghbar_Mohammad_ZahirMuhammad Zahir Aghbar Mohammad was born 19640101 in Nangahar Province. Lt Gen Mohammad Zahir Aghbar has been elected as head of Afghanistan National Olympic Committee (NOC) for four years as a result of direct polls (20090928).

Aghbar, the Chairman of the National Olympic Committee, rebuffed the allegations made by the Attorney-General’s Office accusing him of misusing power (20110620).

Aghbar was one of the team members of Abdullah Abdullah’s campaign during the presidential election 2014.

Zahir Aghbar led a violent march in capital Kabul after investigators found him illegitimate president of the National Olympic Committee of Afghanistan. Unlike it was set with authorities, Aghbar’s protestors marched toward Presidential Palace. Ajmal, the deputy police chief for PD 16, said the protestors also used force against law enforcement agents and beat some policemen. Sediq Seddiqi, a spokesman for Interior Ministry, said they will investigate the incidents of clash with police. Meanwhile, some lawmakers expressed anger at Aghbar’s leading violent protest and called for prosecution of the culprits. The protest came after the result of an inquiry by a government panel showed that the election that declared Aghbar as president of NOC was illegal. The report of the inquiry further emphasized that Fahim Hashimy was the legitimate president of the committee.
(20160330)

Last Modified 2019-08-22
Established 2010-01-20