Afghan Biographies

Malikzada, Mohammad Ibrahim Ebrahim died Feb 6, 2019

Name Malikzada, Mohammad Ibrahim Ebrahim died Feb 6, 2019
Ethnic backgr. Tajik
Date of birth 1966
Function/Grade Ex Wolesi Jirga Member
History and Biodata

Mohammad Ibrahim Malikzada
Phone: 0706069080

2. Previous Functions:
Governor Ghor (20040911),
Wolesi Jirga Member 2005 MP MNA
Ghor Ghowr warlord
Advisor to the Ministry of Interior (2004)
Wolesi Jirga Member 2010 MP MNA Ghor Ghowr reelected
Wolesi Jirga Member 2018 MP MNA Ghor Ghowr

3. Biodata:
Malikzada_Abdul_BaqiMohammad Ibrahim Malikzada Malakzada Malikzad Ibrahim Malikzadah, son of Abdulo Rahman, was born 1966 in Taywara district, Ghor Province. Malikazada graduated from twelfth class at the Dawlat High School in Ghor province in 1988. Malikzada is affiliated with Hezb-e-Jamiat Islami Afghanistan.

Ghor's governor, Ibrahim Malikzada, who had been forced to flee fighting 2004 in which 18 people were killed or hurt, said he was willing to work with Khan and there was no need for Kabul to send troops. Khan, in return, declared that Malikzada remained the legitimate governor. President Karzai replaced Mohammad Ibrahim Malikzada later as governor of Ghor province with Abdul Qadir Alam. The outgoing governor's forces were blamed for helping a rival commander (Amanullah Khan) in Herat province in his efforts to dislodge governor Ismail Khan. The violence had left dozens of people dead, provoking President Karzai to order his dismissal. He bagged most votes in Ghor Wolesi Jirga elections 2005 and 2010.

Wolesi Jirga 2010 resume the election for its speaker on 20110208. Those who are to compete for the position are thought to be the following: Ebrahim Malikzada (from Ghor), from Herat: Munawarshah Bahadury, Khalid Pashtoon and Sayed Mohamad.

Commission (2012): Internal Affairs

Mohammad Ibrahim Malikzada has received 18,448 votes in Wolesi Jirga election 2018 and got a a seat in WJ 2018.

He died 6th Feb 2019 due to suffocation, his relatives said.(20190209)

Malikzada is married and has four sons and three daughters.

Malikzada speaks Dari and Pashto.

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