Dato Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

Dato Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Profile

Dato’ Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (conceived 4 January 1953) is a Malaysian lawmaker who has been Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia since 2015 in the Barisan Nasional coalition administration of Prime Minister Najib Razak. He has additionally been Minister of Home Affairs since 2013, and he beforehand filled in as Minister of Defense from 2009 to 2013. He is the Member of the Parliament of Malaysia for the Bagan Datoh body electorate in Perak and an individual from the United Malays National Organization (UMNO) political gathering.

From the get-go in his political vocation, Zahid Hamidi was a Senator and director of Bank Simpanan Nasional before turning into the leader of UMNO’s childhood wing. In 1998, Zahid took a stand in opposition to Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, requiring a conclusion to cronyism and nepotism in the Malaysian government. Zahid, seen as a partner of ousted Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, was in this way captured and held in jail under the Internal Security Act. In any case, in 1999, Zahid was invited once again into the UMNO overlay, expressing that Anwar had put him up to raising affirmations of cronyism and nepotism and claiming that Anwar had utilized his position as Finance Minister to guide business chances to Zahid.

Dato Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi

After the 2004 race, Zahid turned into a Deputy Minister in the administration of Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. While a Deputy Minister, Zahid examined for and was given the level of Doctor of Philosophy from Universiti Putra Malaysia.

After the 2008 decision, Dato Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi turned into a Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department. He was named Minister of Defense in April 2009. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was designated as Minister of Home Affairs in 2013, supplanting Hishamuddin Hussein. Hishamuddin took Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s past position at the Ministry of Defense.

In July 2015, he was delegated as Deputy Prime Minister in a bureau reshuffle

Dato Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi Family

Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was conceived on 4 January 1953 in Bagan Datoh, Perak, Malaysia, the eldest child of nine youngsters (seven children and two little girls) in the family. In 2013, Ahmad Zahid uncovered to the Indonesian media that he is of Javanese drop, his dad, Raden Hamidi Abdul Fatah, being local of Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta, while his maternal granddad originated from Ponorogo in East Java and wedded his Malaysian Malay grandma. His dad kicked the bucket on 8 August 2014 at Hospital Angkatan Tentera (HAT) in Wangsa Maju Kuala Lumpur. On 1 October 2011, his mom, Tuminah Abdul Jalil passed on of a stroke and heart difficulty in the place where she grew up Sungai Nipah Darat, Bagan Datoh. She was hospitalized at the Hospital Angkatan Tentera, Tuanku Mizan, Kuala Lumpur.

His little girl, Nurul Hidayah Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, has the nearby TV indicate Inspirasi Ramadhan and is included with the Rejimen Askar Wataniah as a volunteer.

He was raised by a Malaysian Chinese non-permanent father, Chen Jin Ting and sold frozen yogurt together for a long time with his temporary family when he was in primary school. His dad was not very instructed and would cycle from his home at Simpang Tiga, Hilir Perak to around three kilometers away offering frozen yogurt. Chen Jin Ting was hitched with his non-permanent mother, Guo Jin Luan. His dad later passed on in 1999, over ten days after the general decision. Following allegations that he was against Chinese, he expressed “Am I hostile to Chinese when I have a Chinese temporary father?”

Source by : Nabil Che Kholid