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Ehsanullah Ehsan
Governor of the Taliban's Central Bank
Years

?–1997

Succeeded by

Ehsanullah Sarfida

Biographical information
Nationality

Flag of Afghanistan Afghanistan

Died

1997
Mazar-i-Sharif

Occupational information
Occupation

Banker

Affiliations
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Ehsanullah Ehsan was an Afghan banker affiliated with the Taliban. He was the chairman of the Taliban's Central Bank until his death.

BiographyEdit

Ehsan was born in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He eventually became the governor of the Khost Province before becoming chairman of the Taliban's Central Bank. In December 1996, Ehsan declared most afghani notes in circulation within Afghanistan worthless, and cancelled the contract with the Russian firm that printed the currency. He accused the firm of sending shipments of these notes to the ousted president, Burhanuddin Rabbani in the northern Takhar Province.

At the battle of Mazar-i-Sharif in 1997, Ehsan was captured by anti-Taliban forces, but was eventually freed. Later on, he led an elite group of around 1000 Kandaharis, ensuring he received limited attention before he was killed.

ReferencesEdit

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Afghan afghani
Banknotes 1 Af2 Afs5 Afs10 Afs20 Afs50 Afs100 Afs500 Afs1000 Afs5000 Afs10,000 Afs
Coins 1 p2 p3 p5 p10 p20 p25 p50 p½ Af1 Af2 Afs2½ Afs5 Afs10 Afs½ am20 Afs1 am4 g1 tl8 g50 Afs2½ am100 Afs250 Afs500 Afs5000 Afs10,000 Afs
Miscellaneous Da Afghanistan BankRebel-issued notes

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