Minister of Agriculture Asif Rahimi of Afghanistan

Asif Rahimi said that the meeting has been very productive and the cooperation between India and Afghanistan in the field of local governance is coming at a time when Afghanistan is going through a very special phase.
Agriculture Minister Muhammad Asif Rahimi said the government had bought stockpiles of food and would sell it at low market prices even if the cost of food rose dramatically.
Rahimi said drought was one of the main reasons for the lack of food in the north, with many provinces lacking sufficient food for what is expected to be another harsh winter.
Gholam Farouq Wardak was appointed education minister, while Mohammad Asif Rahimi was designated minister for agriculture.
Rahimi came to California at age 12 as a refugee of the Soviet-Afghan war.
The government contended Rahimi had committed a deportable crime and that he faced no danger in Afghanistan.
She said she was absolutely thrilled that Rahimi had been released.
Rahimi was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1974, five years before Soviet troops invaded.
In court, Rahimi said his father joined the anti-Soviet resistance.
In court, Rahimi said he didn't know anyone in Afghanistan, and couldn't read Farsi or speak it properly.
Minister Rahimi said the constitution would be distributed at the local level by 24,000 Community Development Councils recently empowered by Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai to manage development projects throughout the country.
Thanking Counterpart for the initiative, Minister Rahimi said the printing of the constitution in book form was an excellent example of "democratization from the grassroots up" which would be matched by his government's "top down" approach.
Rahimi described distributing food to the poor and controlling and management of the flowing water was as priorities which he will undertake in collaboration with relevant governmental organs, governors and NGOs.
Besides years of experience and services with different government and none governmental institutions, Asif Rahimi is graduated from engineering faculty of Kabul University.
We must show resolve to continue our relationship so that enemies of peace in Afghanistan get the message that their designs would not succeed," Afghanistan's Deputy Minister for Rural Rehabilitation and Development Asif Rahimi said at a joint media interaction with Panchayati Raj Minister Mani Shankar Aiyer.
Referring to the July 7 attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul in which four Indians were among those killed, Rahimi said "we must resist terrorism and show resilience.
it’s juicy,” Afghanistan Agriculture Minister Mohammad Asif Rahimi said at the launch ceremony at a Kabul hotel on Wednesday.