Mohammad Sarwar Sabaat Son of Mohammad Hassan was born in 1951 in Dar Abad village of Farah city in Farah province.
He got his primary education at his hometown from Abu Nasr Farahi College. He achieved higher education from Kabul University in Science faculty.
In 1974, Sabaat he completed military course in Kandahar. He started working at Helmand education department in 1975 and then served as principal at Abu Nasr Farahi High School in Farah city.
After the communist coup in 1978, Sabaat joined the Mujahideen to fight against soviet troops. He lived in UK from 1991 to 1998.
From 2001 till 2006, he worked as Nimroz chief of staff and later as an employee at National Directorate of Security (NDS).
Sabaat was posted as governor Niroz in 2012. He fluently speaks Dari, Pashto and English languages.