Abdul Haq:
Son of Mohib Ali, Abdul Haq was born in 1961 in Charbagh village of Sar-i-Pul provincial capital. He completed his primary education in Sar-i-Pul and then went to Imam Abu Hanifa High School in Kabul for secondary education. He received his BA degree in Islamic Education from one of the neighboring countries.
During Jihad period in 1981, he was one of the Wahdat-i-Islami Party’s founders and served as military, political and culturalcommittees’ member and spokesperson for the party.
During the Taliban regime, he was member of resistance front in Balkh. After collapse of Taliban, he participated in first Germany Bonn conference and Emergency Loya Jirga in Kabul and worked as secretary in Afghan Constitution Approval Commission.
Since 2004, he served as governor of Samangan for three and a half year and then served as Faryab governor till 2011. Since 2013, he serves as governor of Daikundi.
His mother language is Dari but he speaks Pashtu and English to some extent. He has now no political affiliation with any political party.