Khudiadadzai

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The Khudiadadzai or Khoidadzai are a Pashtun tribe in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Most Khoidadzai are located in the Killa Saifullah District of Balochistan Province.

The Merdadzai tribe are related to the Khoidadzai. Sub tribes of the Khoidadzai include Adniaazai, Bigzai, Janbigzai, Shailzai, Haleemzai, Marsenzai and Mirabzai.

Mohibullah and his brothers, sons of Matiullah Khoidadzai, they spread propaganda against the Jogezai family on social media since a long time for their personal interest and the interests of their maternal relatives belonging to Musazai tribe.

The notable and historical personalities of khoidad zai were. Saif ullah Khan khoidad zai. Malik Haji Abdul Wahab khoidad zai Baig zai of Nisai. Haji Malik Abdul Karim khoidad zai, Baig zai of Muslim Bagh. Haji Malik Abdul Haq Khoidad zai, Adnia zai of Shina khora.

Haji Malik Muhammad Azam Merhab zai. Mulana Abdul Wasay x- Senior minister of Balochistan. And Present MNA of National Assembly of Pakistan.

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