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After Malik Habib Khan Niazi, the second eldest of the Niazis is Hebat Khan Niazi. Hebat Khan Niazi was the younger brother of Isa Khan Niazi. During the reign of Sher Shah Suri, Hebat Khan Niazi united the Niazi tribes and formed the Niazi Lashkar.

On the orders of Sher Shah, he attacked Multan and killed the ruler of Multan, Sher Jutt. This event is described as 1543. The second historical statement is that Sher Shah appointed him governor of Punjab in 1541.

And ordered him to conquer Sindh, Multan and Kashmir. Hebat Khan Niazi was awarded the title of Azam Humayun for conquering Multan and adjoining areas of Sindh. Sher Shah allowed him to recruit an army of 40,000 and set up a vast manor and royal tent.

Ahmad Yadgar, author of Sultanate of Afghanistan, writes that Balban began to settle rebellious Afghans in India. While Afghan Pathans became accustomed to settling in areas and plains outside Mount Solomon.

Babar planned to reduce

The power of the Lodhis and, to please Bibi Mubarak, granted. The Yusufrai Pathans fiefdoms in occupied India and made them part of his army by giving them subedars. During the Lodhi period, Sarwani and Lu Hani Pathans of the Ghilzai tribe came to India and settled in Bihar and Bengal.

Forms also came in the time of Sher Shah but the number was very low. Afghan Pathans became a headache for the Lodhis. Their participation in their differences and rebellions was nothing short of a punishment for the rulers.

Abbas writes in Makhzan that before Sher Shah no Pathan tribe settled in Punjab except Issa Khel Ghalzai. Hebat Khan remained active in Punjab for a long time after the conquest of Multan. During the siege of Rai Sen’s fort, Sher Shah also summoned Hebat Khan.

Hebat Khan Niazi played a key role in the massacre of Rai Sen and killed Puran Mill along with his family. Elphinstone, the author of History of India, writes that Hebat Khan Niazi was two steps ahead of Sher Shah Suri in malice and brutality.

Abbas Nematullah,

The author of the repository, and Ahmad Yadgar, the author of the History of the Sultans of Afghanistan, call it the right step. What Other authors have written that the killing of prisoners is not permissible in Islam, nor is it allowed by Allah and His Messenger.

According to Jadoo Nath Sarkar and Prof. DC Sarkar, Khawas Khan did not want Hebat Khan Niazi to be appointed Governor of Punjab, Multan, and Northern Areas of Sindh and to be given the title of Azam Humayun. Sher Shah took the dispute seriously.

Kia and Khawas Khan were recalled from the conquered areas. After the Qila Rai Sen incident, Hebat Khan Niazi disappeared from the scene and his name did not appear in any major battle. As Sher Shah’s conquests shifted to southeastern India, the name of Barmazid Gore emerged in place of the Niazis.

The Godiya Gore Hindu Rajputs also took an active part in the War of Independence of 1857, but there are no signs of Niazi involvement. Good was a Hindu but fought in support of Sher Shah. Hebat Khan Niazi remained confined to Lahore and continued to run the Punjab system well.

After a five-year reign in 1545, Sher Shah Suri died at Langer, and a power struggle broke out between his sons, Adil Shah and Jalal Shah. Jalal Shah wore the crown in Kalinga while his father’s body was kept in a tent.

Jalal Shah took the title of Islam Shah and buried Sher Shah in Kalingar. He was later transferred to Sahasram’s tomb and this work was done in secret.

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