Mir Laiq Ali Khan, Salar Jung II

Intro Prime Minister of Hyderabad state
Was Politician
From India
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 1862, Hyderabad, India
Death Hyderabad, India

Mir Laiq Ali Khan Salar Jung II was a former Prime Minister of Hyderabad state (1884–1887). He belonged to the noble family of the Salar Jungs. Nizam VI and Salar Jung II were classmates and good friends. Their relationship was very informal. On 31 October 1883, he was bestowed with the title of Salar Jung II and Munir-ud-daula by the VIth Nizam, and on 5 February 1884, he was appointed the Prime Minister. Mir Laiq Ali Khan continued the reforms initiated by his father, Salar Jung I. Some noblemen took objection to Salar Jung II smoking in the Nizam's presence and Salar Jung II left Hyderabad and settled in Pune. Nawab Mir Yousuf Ali Khan Salar Jung III was "Born". On 4 June 1889 at The Palatial Glad Hurst House at Poona (Maharashtra), which was sold for a song by the Salar Jung Estate committee in the year 1950 for reasons best known to them. Salar Jung II resigned in April 1887, due to court intrigues and internal politics and the Nizam, Mir Mahboob Ali Khan took over the administration of the dominion.

Government offices
Preceded byMir Turab Ali Khan, Salar Jung I Prime Minister of Hyderabad1884–1887 Succeeded byNawab Asman Jah Bahadur

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