Afghan Biographies

Hai, Khadim, Qazi Abdul Hay Kadem

Name Hai, Khadim, Qazi Abdul Hay Kadem
Ethnic backgr. Tajik
Date of birth 1956
Function/Grade District Chief Kohistanat District Sar-i-Pul-Province
History and Biodata

Qazi Abdul Hay Hai Khadim was a Transitional Meshrano Jirga Member,
Sar-e Pul Province Mobile: 0772019108

2. Previous Functions:
From 1992 to 1994, he served as the chief of staff in the 26th Jihadi Division in Saripul.
1994, he was promoted to the rank of brigadier general by then-President Ustad Rabbani.
Member of the Provincial Council of Sar-i Pul
Meshrano Jirga Member 2005 MP MNA Sar-i-Pul Sar e Pul
Kohistanat District Chief (20130918)

Qazi Abdul Hai KhademQazi Abdul Hai Khadem, son of Murtaza, was born in 1956 in the village of Deh Surkh in Kohistanat district of Sar-e Pul province. He completed his primary education at the Hemat Primary School of Kohistanat in 1971, and his secondary education at Abu Hanifa School in Kabul in 1977. He was admitted to the Islamic law Faculty of Kabul University in 1978.

Following the Communist coup in 1979, he fled to Pakistan where lived until 1981. He re-entered Afghanistan in 1981 to join the armed resistance against the Soviets. He was subsequently captured by the communist regime and spent a year in the Sherpur Temporary Jail and at the Directorate of National Security. He was released in 1982, and again headed to the front lines in Jawzjan and Saripul provinces. He served in the Kohistanat front line until 1992. In 2006, President Karzai awarded him with a Medal of Honor for Jihad and Resistance. He traveled to Pakistan in 1978 and 1981, Saudi Arabia in 1981 and 1982, and Iran in 2004. He was indirectly elected to the Meshrano Jirga as a temporary senator.

Abdul Hai was a former member of provincial council before being chosen as Meshrano Jirga member. After the completion of his four-year tenure, he was appointed as Kohistanat district head. Provincial council chief Asadullah Khurram said the central government recently told them Abdul Hai had links to militants and ordered the provincial authorities to sack him. The Taliban claimed he has joined the Taliban movement.(20130918)

He is married and has twelve children.

Qazi Khadem speaks Dari and Pashto and some Arabic.


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