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Sultan Abdul Hamid Episode 178 in Urdu by PTV Home/ Urdu Subtitles. Payitaht Abdul Hamid full episode by PTV Home in Urdu. Then this army hid in its own flying circle and people continued to watch it go towards the sky for a long time, the prayers of their mothers, sisters, daughters, old people and children went with them, this army Salar was Jahm bin Zahar Jafi.
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Muhammad bin Qasim was eagerly waiting for this army, his eagerness was known that sometimes he would ride a horse and go far on the road coming from Basra, one day he was busy with his work that his The door of the room opened with a loud bang and the sound that he was waiting for impatiently and irresolutely fell in his ears.
Rising from the horizon. The informant said. By God, this is not blind, prepare the horse. Muhammad bin Qasim ordered and ran out. He jumped up and mounted his horse and he set his heels, his bodyguard followed him according to the order, thus Muhammad bin Qasim went far and welcomed the army, now Muhammad bin Qasim was the leader of this army.
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Salar Jahm bin Zahar Jafi remained with this army but he was to remain under Muhammad bin Qasim. Hajjaj had arranged to keep in touch with his army as far as Sindh, and posts were established at a short distance to Makran, in which fast horses and camels were kept ready, for the coming and going of messengers. They go at high speed and change horse or camel from each post.
Historians estimate that the message from Basra to Debal reached in less than a week, while for ordinary travelers it took at least a month and a half. One of the instructions that Hajjaj sent to Muhammad Bin Qasim in the words of Salar Jahm bin Zahar Jafi was that Ibn Qasim should not attack without Hajjaj’s instructions.
Muhammad bin Qasim had to reach Dibal, but he had to wait for the direction of pilgrims away from Dibal. The day after this army reached Shiraz, Muhammad bin Qasim marched towards Makran in the morning, the part of Makran that is the next day. It was in the possession of the Muslims and its commander was Muhammad bin Harun. He had been informed earlier that the army was coming.
It is written in the chronicles that when the army reached Makran, Amir Muhammad bin Harun was standing on the road with his guard, but he was sitting on the horse in such a way that he was leaning forward with both hands on the saddle. Muhammad bin Qasim naturally expected that Amir Makran would reach him on horseback, but his horse moved slowly.