Sardar Muhammad ʿAzim Khan Sends an Army from Kashmir to Peshawar and Then Marches Himself
¶ [98c] Sardar Muhammad ʿAzim, who had invited Shah Shujaʿ by letter to come from Ludhiana and conquer Peshawar, freed Sardar Dust Muhammad Khan who till now had been held at Kuh-i Maran just as the shah was preparing to leave Ludhiana. He sent the sardar with Sardar Yar Muhammad Khan and a force of some 4,000 battle-tested soldiers first to Peshawar and then to Kabul. They occupied Peshawar and, since at this time there was still no sign of Shah Shujaʿ, they  crowned Prince Ayyub as shah and placed him on the throne in Peshawar and then left for Kabul.
Sardar Muhammad ʿAzim Khan, marching i…
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“Sardar Muhammad ʿAzim Khan Sends an Army from Kashmir to Peshawar and Then Marches Himself”, in:
History of Afghanistan, Translated and edited by R.D. McChesney, M.M. Khorrami.
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