Title: Chitral and Kafirstan, a personal study
Page: pages 12-23
Author: Mohammad Afzal Khan
Publication: Peshawar, Pakistan.
Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [samsloan.ged] From 1949 to 1954, Saif-ur-Rehman virtually remained in exile at Lahore, Peshawar and Abbotta bad. He paid a brief visit to Chitral in April of 1954, but returned to Peshawar. In Octobe r 1954, he decided to return to Chitral and the Government provided him a Harward aircraft o f the Pakistan Air Force for his journey. But the young Saif-ur-Rehman met his tragic end whe n his aircraft crashed over Lowari Pass. After his death, his four year old son, Saif-ul-Mulk Nasir, was proclaimed Mehtar of Chitra l and recognized by the Government of Pakistan. The Political Agent at Malakand was appointe d regent, until the young mehtar became major. Saif-ul-Mulk Nasir was sent to Lahore for scho oling.
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