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Shir Ali Khan

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Shir Ali Khan was the Khan of Kokand from June 1842 to 1845. He was the father of Muhammad Khudayar Khan and Muhammad Malla Beg Khan, and a cousin of Umar Khan and Alim Khan. After a popular revolt against the Bukhari occupation of Kokand, Nasrullah Khan and the puppet governor he installed, Ibrahim-Dadhoh was expelled to Khujand. Shir Ali struggled to revive the khanate from the brief but destructive occupation by Bukhari forces. In 1843 he managed to re-annex Tashkent to the khanate and take control of several other portions of land that were once part of the Kokand Khanate.
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