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Alauddin Firuz Shah

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Alauddin Firuz Shah

Alauddin Firuz Shah was the son and successor of sultan Nasiruddin Nasrat Shah. During his reign the conflict with Assam continued. The Bengal army entered Assam and reached Kaliabor. The war continued after the death of Firuz Shah. Alauddin Firuz Shah was assassinated by his uncle Ghiyasuddin Mahmud Shah.[1]

Preceded by
Nasiruddin Nasrat Shah
Sultanate of Bengal
Hussain Shahi dynasty

Succeeded by
Ghiyasuddin Mahmud Shah

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