No, it is not a "Deathstalker". The members of the Genus Leiurus are what are commonly referred to as the "Deathstalkers". I do not like using vernacular or common names as they can be too broad in iverlap for multiple species and so to avoid confusion and for clarity utilize Genus and where can be determined species and subspecies. The scorpion you found appears to be a member of the Genus Mesobuthus. While superficially similiar to Leiurus sp., the pedipalps in Mesobuthus are shorter and more bulbous...among several other features.
In 2018 there was a good paper on Mesobuthids in that region. A quick google scholar search should provide you sites for the paper to be viewed at.
- Revision of the Mesobuthus caucasicus Complex from Central Asia, with Descriptions of Six New Species (Scorpiones: Buthidae)