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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Colonel Abdul Qadir
Dagarwal (born in 1944) was the leader of the Afghan air force
squadrons that attacked the Radio-TV Station during the 1978 Coup
that started the Saur Revolution. Ironically, he also participated
in the 1973 Coup that created the Daoud Republic of Afghanistan
under the Presidency of Mohammad Daoud Khan. He served as the
leader of the country for 3 days, when the People's Democratic
Party of Afghanistan took power and declared the foundation of the
Democratic Republic of Afghanistan. He was born in 1944 in Herat
and trained as a pilot in the USSR.
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