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Saad ad-Daula

Saad ad-Daula
Prime Minister of Iran
In office
3 May 1909 – 16 July 1909
Monarch Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar
Preceded by Sepahsalar-e Tonekaboni
Succeeded by Sepahsalar-e Tonekaboni
In office
23 December 1912 – 11 January 1913
Monarch Ahmad Shah Qajar
Preceded by Sepahsalar-e Tonekaboni
Succeeded by Mirza Mohammad Ali Khan
Personal details
Born 1851
Chaharmahal Province, Iran
Died 1931 (aged 80)
Isfahan, Iran
Political party Constitutional Movement of Iran
Religion Twelver Shi'a Islam

Najaf Qoli Khan Bakhtiari (1851–1931) (Persian:نجف قلی خان بختیاری) also known Saad ad-Daula and Samsam-os Saltane was an Iranian Prime Minister and a leader of Iranian Constitutional Revolution. He was elected as Prime Minister for two term. First from 3 May 1909 to 16 July 1909 and second from 23 December 1912 to 11 January 1913. He was a leader of Okhovat Party. He was an representative of Parliament of Iran from Tehran in the 4th Parliament. He died in 1931 in Isfahan and was buried in Isfahan.

Political offices
Preceded by
Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni
Prime Minister of Iran
1909
Succeeded by
Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni
Preceded by
Mohammad Vali Khan Tonekaboni
Prime Minister of Iran
1912 -1913
Succeeded by
Mirza Mohammad Ali Khan

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