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Jwala Prasad, Azim-ullah Khan & Tika Singh

Mirza Firuz Shah
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

Jwala Prasad, Azim-ullah Khan & Tika Singh



Jwala Prasad (Left Side) He was the commandant of Nana Saheb’s troops at Bithur and was raised to the rank of Brigadier when Nana’s government was established at Kanpur. Jwala Prasad was captured in 1859 and was hanged at Kanpur on 3 May 1860. Azim-ullah Khan (Top Right Side) He was Nana Saheb’s principal adviser and is believed to have taken a leading part in organizing the struggle of 1857. He died at Bhutwal, in Nepal, in October 1859. Tika Singh (Bottom Right Side) He was a Subadar of the 2nd Bengal Native Infantry and was promoted to the rank of General by Nana Saheb.

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