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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 Ali Akbar Khan "Vazir"

 

Mirza Ali Akbar Khan known as Mirza Ali Jaan (d. 1909) was a warrior in the Constitutional Revolution. When his brother, Motazed-Dowleh, went to Tehran with Sartip Khaneh-kharab, Mirza Ali Jaan went into hiding in Kermanshah. At the same time, the anti-constitutionalist Salar-ed-Dowleh (1881-1961) was sent by Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar in order to destroy Motazed-Dowleh's estates, but also to murder his brothers.

One night, one of Mirza Ali Akbar Khan's close friends called Mohammad Ali went to his hiding place and asked him to come out. Mirza Ali Akbar Khan refused but Mohammad Ali insisted and told him he had something important to tell him. As soon as they approached each other, Mohammad Ali stabbed Mirza Ali Akbar Khan Vaziri. The latter fell on the ground, and Mohammad Ali, along with some of Salar-ed-Dowleh's soldiers, took Mirza Ali Akbar Khan to Salar-ed-Dowleh.

Salar-ed-Dowleh ordered his soldiers to kill Mirza Ali Akbar Khan, who was still alive at that time, and as a result, they strangled him to death.

Sources

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

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