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Notable People:

Mirza Mehdi Khan "Etemad-ed-Dowleh" "Monshi-ol-Mamalek" Esterabadi میرزا مهدی خان اعتمادالدوله منشی الممالک استرآبادی

Mirza Abolghassem Khan "Vazir" میرزا ابوالقاسم خان وزیر

Mirza Ahmad Khan "Motazed-Dowleh" Vaziri میرزا احمد خان معتضدالدوله وزیر

Mirza Abdollah Khan "Meshkat-ol-Molk" Vaziri میرزا عبدالله خان مشکوة الملک وزیری

Mirza Ali Jaan میرزا علی جان

Mohandess Mirza Abolghassem Khan "Motazed-Daftar" Vaziri مهندس میرزا ابوالقاسم خان معتضد دفتر وزیری

Dr. Shahrokh Vaziri دکتر شاهرخ وزیری

Azadeh Vaziri آزاده وزیری

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Mirza Abdollah Khan "Meshkat-ol-Molk" Vaziri

میرزا عبدالله خان مشکوة الملک وزیری

Mirza Abdollah Khan Vaziri (d. 1946) was Motazed-Dowleh's brother. He received the title "Meshkat-ol-Molk" and an order from a Qajar king. He was the head of the customs of western Iran. He was an important figure of the Iranian constitutional revolution and fought, alongside his brother, against the existing autocracy. He reported the activities of the constitutionalists of Kermanshahan to the freedom fighters of Tehran. When Salar-ed-Dowleh started attacking constitutionalists in Kermanshah, a mobster from his camp went to the finance ministry where Meshkat-ol-Molk was working in order to assassinate him. Once arrived, he met Meshkat-ol-Molk in the stairs and asked him if he knew where he could find "Mirza Abdollah Khan Meshkat-ol-Molk". Pleased by the coincidence, Meshkat-ol-Molk told the mobster to go to the other side of the building while he escaped and went into hiding.


"Vaziri Family" in "Historical Geography and Comprehensive History of Kermanshahan" (Taarikhe Mofasale Kermanshahan), 1994, Mohammad-Ali Soltani

"Political Parties and Secret Societies in Kermanshah", 1999, Mohammad-Ali Soltani