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Maharram Seyidov

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Nationality  Azerbaijanian
Occupation  Police captain
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Native name  Maharram Miraziz oglu Seyidov
Born  September 7, 1952 (1952-09-07) Alyshar, Nakhchivan AR, Azerbaijan SSR
Burial place  Sharur city, Nakhchivan AR, Azerbaijan
Awards  National Hero of Azerbaijan
Died  19 January 1990, Karki, Azerbaijan, Armenia
Award  National Hero of Azerbaijan

Maharram Seyidov (Azerbaijani: Məhərrəm Mirəziz oğlu Seyidov) (7 September 1952 – 19 January 1990) - National Hero of Azerbaijan was born on September 7, 1952, in the Alyshar village of the Sharur District of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan.

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Life

He finished village secondary school after Nariman Narimanov in 1969. He started working for Bodies of Internal Affairs in the Kherson city after he was demobilized from the Army. He was awarded a medal for his distinguished service in the protection of public order during Moscow Olympic Games in 1980. He later graduated from Special Police School (present Police Academy). He was working as a Head Inspector within the Security Department of Sharur Internal Affairs Department. He was a police captain.

İn Battles

After occupation of the Karki village on the 16th of January, 1990, Armenian forces started moving towards Sadarak District. When the Department of Internal Affairs of Sharur region received the news about this, they sent a group of police officers in order to protect the region and Mahharm Seyidov was also among those policemen. On the January 19, 1990, he was killed when rescuing the commander, Azer Seyidov in the battles for Sadarak.

Family

He was married and had four children.

Awards

Maharram Miraziz oglu Seyidov was posthumously awarded the title of the “National Hero of Azerbaijan” by the decree # 831 of the President of Azerbaijan Republic on the 6th of June, 1992.

He was buried in the Alley of Martyrs in Sharur city. There is a street and a monument from bronze in Sharur region after the hero. School # 2 in Sharur region is also named after Maharram Seyidov.

References

Maharram Seyidov Wikipedia


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