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Abdul Qadir Alam was the governor of the Afghanistan's Ghor Province from 2004 - 2005. He was the second governor of the province after the fall of the Taliban. References STATE AND GOVERNMENT OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN Afghan Governor Rejects Promotion To Ministry KARZAI FIRES HERAT WARLORD ISMAIL KHAN Preceded by Ibrahim Malikzada Governor of Ghor Province, Afghanistan 2004–2005 Succeeded by Shah Abdul Ahad Afzali v · d · e  Governors of Afghan Wilayats Badakhshan Munshi Abdul Majid (2007-2009)  · Baz Mohammad Ahmadi (2009-) Badghis Gul Mohammad Arefi (2001-2005)  · Enayatullah Enayat (2005-2007)  · Mohammad Ashraf Naseri  · Dilbar Jan Arman Shinwari (2009-) Baghlan Mohammad Akbar Barakzai (2009-2010)  · Munshi Abdul Majid (2010-) Balkh Ustad Atta Mohammed Noor (2004-) Bamyan Habiba Sarabi (2005-) Daykundi Qurban Ali Oruzgani (2010-) Farah Roohul Amin (2008-) Faryab Abdul Haq Shafaq (2006-) Ghazni Asadullah Khalid (2001-05) · Sher Alam Ibrahimi (2005-2006)  · Faizanullah Faizan (2007-2008)  · Osman Osmani (2008-) Ghor Ibrahim Malikzada (2001-2004)  · Abdul Qadir Alam (2004-2005)  · Shah Abdul Ahad Afzali (2005-2007)  · Baz Mohammad Ahmadi (2007-2009)  · Sayyed Mohammad Eqbal Munib (2009-) Helmand Sher Mohammad Akhundzada (2001-2005)  · Mohammad Daoud (2005-2006) · Assadullah Wafa (2006-2008) · Mohammad Gulab Mangal (2008-) Herat Ahmad Yusuf Nuristani (2009-) Jowzjan Mohammad Hashim Zare (2007-) Kabul Haji Din Mohammad (2009-) Kandahar Gul Agha Sherzai (2001-03) · Yousef Pashtun (2003-2005) · Asadullah Khalid (2005-08) · Rahmatullah Raufi (2008-2008) · Tooryalai Wesa (2008-) Kapisa Ghulam Qawis Abubaker (2007-) Khost Arsala Jamal (2006-2008)  · Hamidullah Qalandarzai (2008-2009)  · Abdul Jabbar Naeemi(2010-) Kunar Fazlullah Wahidi (2007-) Kunduz Engineer Mohammad Omar (2006-2010) Laghman Mohammad Golab Mangal (2006-08) · Lutfullah Mashal (2008-2010)  · Mohammad Iqbal Azizi Logar Fazlullah Mojadeddi (2001-2004)  · Mohammad Aman Hamimi (2004-2005)  · Sayed Abdul Karim Hashimi (2005-2007)  · Abdullah Wardak (2007-2008)  · Atiqullah Ludin (2008-) Nangarhar Abdul Qadir  (2001-02)  · Haji Din Mohammad (2002-04)  · Gul Agha Sherzai (2004-) Nimruz Abdul Karim Brahui (2001-05) · Ghulam Dastagir Azad (2005-) Nuristan Jamaluddin Badr (2008-) Oruzgan Jan Mohammed Khan (2002-2006) Maulavi Abdul Hakim Munib (2006-2007) Assadullah Hamdam (2007-2010) Paktia Pacha Khan Zadran (2001-2002) · Taj Mohammad Wardak (2002-2002) · Raz Mohammed Dalili (2002-04)Assadullah Wafa (2004-05) · Hakim Taniwal (2005-2006) · Rahmatullah Rahmat (2006-2007) · Juma Khan Hamdard (2007-) Paktika Mohibullah Samim (2010-) Panjshir Keramuddin Keram (2010-) Parwan Abdul Baseer Salangi (2009-) Samangan Khairullah Anosh (2010-) Sar-e Pol Sayed Anwar Rahmati (2010-) Takhar Abdul Jabbar Taqwa (2010-) Wardak Abdul Jabbar Naeemi  · (2005-2008) Mohammad Halim Fidai (2008-) Zabul Mohammad Ashraf Naseri (2009-) Persondata Name Alam, Abdul Qadir Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about an Afghan politician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e