Mohammed Omer Daudzai was born on October 12, 1957 into a prominent and pious family in the Qarabagh District of Kabul Province, Afghanistan. He completed his primary education in his home district and eventually went on to the Engineering Faculty of Kabul University where he obtained his degree in Engineering.
During the political turmoil of the 1980s, Mr. Daudzai joined the Hezb-e-Islami group and became active in the resistance against the Soviet occupation. Following the 1989 collapse of the Soviet occupation and the victory of Mujahideen, he left Afghanistan for Pakistan in protest against the ensuing civil war. More...
The Afghan Uniformed Police (AUP) is the largest component of the Afghan national police and is responsible for general policing duties under the Police Law. It comes under the authority of the Deputy Minister for Security. Of the 2012 total of roughly 149,000 national police, 108,391 or 73 per cent, were uniformed police. The number comprises 59,392 patrol level police, 27,452 sergeants and 21,547 officers.