MULRAJ, DIWAN (1814-1851), son of Diwan Savan Mall, the governor of Multan, served as the kardar of Shuja`abad and Jharig during the lifetime of his father. He succeeded his father to the governorship of Multan after the latter`s death on 29 September 1844. The subah of Multan then included the territories of Jharig and the Derajat, and he had to pay to government annually a sum of 23,00,000 rupees. Raja Hira Singh, gaining power at the court, imposed a heavy nazrana, or succession fee, of about 30 lakhs of rupees on Mill Raj, which he was unable to pay. But Mul Raj`s real troubles began when Lal Singh became the prime minister in November 1845.
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