Intro
He is the cousin of Mirza Ghulam Murtaza. His father was Mirza Qasim Baig, the only brother of Mirza Ata Muhammad. They are forever connected based on the settlement of 1865, wherein 2/5th’s of the 700 rupee pension was divided. The Mirza estate was divided into five parts; two-fifths belonged to the descendants of Mirza Tasadduq Jilani, two fifths to those of Mirza Gul Muhammad, and one-fifth to Mirza Ghulam Murtaza as the managing proprietor (see Dard page 68). In fact, Mirza Ghulam Murtaza was the “head of the family”, even the Punjab Chiefs, his name is listed under the header. He was alive in 1865, as soon as he died (1876), his pension ended. He is mentioned in the ROR of Aug-1939.

He is mentioned in the 2008 edition of Seeratul Mahdi under narration #36 (see in the below). However, in the 1935 edition, Muhammad Baig was mentioned (see Ak Shaikh explaining this herein, 17:00 time stamp). In the 1923 edition, it is simply written that:

“””For instance, the real sister of the Promised Messiah was married to the older brother of Ahmad Beg but he died young; this was a long time ago.”””
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The first 27 pages of the 1923 edition of Seeratul Mahdi in ENGLISH – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

(36) In the name of God, the most Gracious, the most Merciful. Hazrat Walida Sahiba narrated to me that when Muhammadi Begum’s marriage had taken place with someone else and all of Hazrat Sahib’s relatives in Qadian had vehemently opposed him, by giving Ahmad Beg, the father of of Muhammadi Begum, support by trying their best to get Muhammadi Begum married to someone else. At that time, Hazrat Sahib wrote a letter to Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazal Ahmad separately, in which he said, “All these people have vehemently opposed me. Now, we have no relations with them anymore and now our graves cannot be with theirs. Therefore, make your final decision then on if you want to maintain any relations with me then you must cut all relations with them and if you do not cut relations with them then you have no relations with me. In that case, I will cut relations with you and not give you any inheritance.” Walida Sahiba narrates that Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s response came, in which he said that his maternal uncle’s wife had bestowed great favours upon him so he could not cut relations with her. However, Mirza Fazal Ahmad wrote, “My relations are only with you; I have no relations with anyone else.” Hazrat Sahib then responded saying, “If this is the matter then divorce your wife, the daughter of Mirza Ali Sher (a vehement opponent and paternal niece of Mirza Ahmad Beg).” Mirza Fazal Ahmad immediately filed for divorce and left to travel to Hazrat Sahib. Walida Sahiba states, “Then Fazal Ahmad would come from outside and stay with us but his second wife’s evil finally caused him to slowly, slowly join there.” Walida Sahiba states that Fazal Ahmad was very shy and would not raise his eyes up in front of Hazrat Sahib. Hazrat Sahib used to say regarding him, “Fazal Ahmad is of a simple and straightforward nature and he has the potential of love but he was made to slip by others and it made him join with them over there.” Moreover, Walida Sahiba states that when the news of Fazal Ahmad’s death reached Hazrat Sahib, Hazrat Sahib did not sleep all night and remained depressed for two or three days. Yours humbly inquired, “Did Hazrat Sahib also utter something?” Walida Sahiba stated that he only said this much, “We had no relation with him but opponents will indeed take his death as a target for objections.” Yours humbly submits that Muhammadi Begum is the daughter of the Promised Messiah’s paternal cousin-sister, Umr un Nisa. This means that she is the real maternal niece of Mirza Nizam ud Deen, Mirza Imam ud Deen etc. Our older paternal uncle’s wife, widow of Mirza Ghulam Qadir Sahib is the blood maternal aunt of Muhammadi Begum and Mirza Ahmad Beg Hoshiarpuri, who was the father of Muhammadi Begum, was the brother in law of Imam ud Deen etc. Additionally, there were other family ties. For instance, the real sister of the Promised Messiah was married to the older brother of Ahmad Beg but he died young; this was a long time ago. All of these relatives of the Promised Messiah were of the lowest level of irreligious people and people of no religion. Also, they had nothing to do with Islam, rather, they would disrespect the Shariah. Hazrat Sahib turned his intention towards God so that the family may be shown some sign or reformed or another decision be made pertaining to them. Therefore, God said, “If they agree to your proposal in the system of marriage to Ahmad Beg’s daughter, Muhammadi Begum and have you married with her then these people will be given a portion of blessings. If they reject then the punishment of Allah will descend upon them and their home will be filled with widows.” Additionally, specially pertaining to the girl’s father, God said that he would die within three years and die soon and the other person who marries the girl would die within two and a half years. The sign was fulfilled pertaining to the above-mentioned individuals and the Promised Messiah’s books contain them in numerous places. This means that Ahmad Beg left this world according to the prophecy only a few months after his daughter’s Nikah. Also, Mirza Sultan Muhammad, who people had Muhammadi Begum married to was scared of God’s punishment and many of his relatives wrote letters to Hazrat Sahib in humility which came in. Moreover, Mirza Sultan Muhammad’s letter in which he expressed his good faith in Hazrat Sahib was published in Risalah Tash’heez ul Azhan. This is why it is according to the way of Allah that that punishment was averted. The effect of the general prophecy that pertains to the remaining relatives was that the home which was full of men at the time of the prophecy has now become empty. There is now only one child remaining among the men and he has become an Ahmadi. Other than him, Mirza Imam ud Deen’s daughter has also become an Ahmadi for some time. Then, Muhammadi Begum’s mother, widow of Mirza Ahmad Beg, and Mirza Ahmad Beg’s paternal grandson and our uncle’s widow, Muhammadi Begum’s maternal aunt have all entered into Baiy’at. Moreover, Muhammadi Begum’s sister has also become an Ahmadi but she has now died. Other than them, many other relatives have become Ahmadi and those who have not entered the community have ceased from opposing it. The Promised Messiah also had a revelation that some would enter in the way of Hasan and some would enter in the way of Hussain. Hencetherfore, this has been fulfilled in its glory.
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1935

(36) In the name of God, the most Gracious, the most Merciful. Hazrat Walida Sahiba narrated to me that when Muhammadi Begum’s marriage had taken place with someone else and all of Hazrat Sahib’s relatives in Qadian had vehemently opposed him, by giving Ahmad Beg, the father of of Muhammadi Begum, support by trying their best to get Muhammadi Begum married to someone else. At that time, Hazrat Sahib wrote a letter to Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazal Ahmad separately, in which he said, “All these people have vehemently opposed me. Now, we have no relations with them anymore and now our graves cannot be with theirs. Therefore, make your final decision then on if you want to maintain any relations with me then you must cut all relations with them and if you do not cut relations with them then you have no relations with me. In that case, I will cut relations with you and not give you any inheritance.” Walida Sahiba narrates that Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s response came, in which he said that his maternal uncle’s wife had bestowed great favours upon him so he could not cut relations with her. However, Mirza Fazal Ahmad wrote, “My relations are only with you; I have no relations with anyone else.” Hazrat Sahib then responded saying, “If this is the matter then divorce your wife, the daughter of Mirza Ali Sher (a vehement opponent and paternal niece of Mirza Ahmad Beg).” Mirza Fazal Ahmad immediately filed for divorce and left to travel to Hazrat Sahib. Walida Sahiba states, “Then Fazal Ahmad would come from outside and stay with us but his second wife’s evil finally caused him to slowly, slowly join there.” Walida Sahiba states that Fazal Ahmad was very shy and would not raise his eyes up in front of Hazrat Sahib. Hazrat Sahib used to say regarding him, “Fazal Ahmad is of a simple and straightforward nature and he has the potential of love but he was made to slip by others and it made him join with them over there.” Moreover, Walida Sahiba states that when the news of Fazal Ahmad’s death reached Hazrat Sahib, Hazrat Sahib did not sleep all night and remained depressed for two or three days. Yours humbly inquired, “Did Hazrat Sahib also utter something?” Walida Sahiba stated that he only said this much, “We had no relation with him but opponents will indeed take his death as a target for objections.” Yours humbly submits that Muhammadi Begum is the daughter of the Promised Messiah’s paternal cousin-sister, Umr un Nisa. This means that she is the real maternal niece of Mirza Nizam ud Deen, Mirza Imam ud Deen etc. Our older paternal uncle’s wife, widow of Mirza Ghulam Qadir Sahib is the blood maternal aunt of Muhammadi Begum and Mirza Ahmad Beg Hoshiarpuri, who was the father of Muhammadi Begum, was the brother in law of Imam ud Deen etc. Additionally, there were other family ties. For instance, the real sister of the Promised Messiah was married to the older brother of Ahmad Baig, named Muhammad Baig, but he died young, this was a long time ago. All of these relatives of the Promised Messiah were of the lowest level of irreligious people and people of no religion. Also, they had nothing to do with Islam, rather, they would disrespect the Shariah. Hazrat Sahib turned his intention towards God so that the family may be shown some sign or reformed or another decision be made pertaining to them. Therefore, God said, “If they agree to your proposal in the system of marriage to Ahmad Beg’s daughter, Muhammadi Begum and have you married with her then these people will be given a portion of blessings. If they reject then the punishment of Allah will descend upon them and their home will be filled with widows.” Additionally, specially pertaining to the girl’s father, God said that he would die within three years and die soon and the other person who marries the girl would die within two and a half years. The sign was fulfilled pertaining to the above-mentioned individuals and the Promised Messiah’s books contain them in numerous places. This means that Ahmad Beg left this world according to the prophecy only a few months after his daughter’s Nikah. Also, Mirza Sultan Muhammad, who people had Muhammadi Begum married to was scared of God’s punishment and many of his relatives wrote letters to Hazrat Sahib in humility which came in. Moreover, Mirza Sultan Muhammad’s letter in which he expressed his good faith in Hazrat Sahib was published in Risalah Tash’heez ul Azhan. This is why it is according to the way of Allah that that punishment was averted. The effect of the general prophecy that pertains to the remaining relatives was that the home which was full of men at the time of the prophecy has now become empty. There is now only one child remaining among the men and he has become an Ahmadi. Other than him, Mirza Imam ud Deen’s daughter has also become an Ahmadi for some time. Then, Muhammadi Begum’s mother, widow of Mirza Ahmad Beg, and Mirza Ahmad Beg’s paternal grandson and our uncle’s widow, Muhammadi Begum’s maternal aunt have all entered into Baiy’at. Moreover, Muhammadi Begum’s sister has also become an Ahmadi but she has now died. Other than them, many other relatives have become Ahmadi and those who have not entered the community have ceased from opposing it. The Promised Messiah also had a revelation that some would enter in the way of Hasan and some would enter in the way of Hussain. Hencetherfore, this has been fulfilled in its glory.

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2008

(36) In the name of God, the most Gracious, the most Merciful. Hazrat Walida Sahiba narrated to me that when Muhammadi Begum’s marriage had taken place with someone else and all of Hazrat Sahib’s relatives in Qadian had vehemently opposed him, by giving Ahmad Beg, the father of of Muhammadi Begum, support by trying their best to get Muhammadi Begum married to someone else. At that time, Hazrat Sahib wrote a letter to Mirza Sultan Ahmad and Mirza Fazal Ahmad separately, in which he said, “All these people have vehemently opposed me. Now, we have no relations with them anymore and now our graves cannot be with theirs. Therefore, make your final decision then on if you want to maintain any relations with me then you must cut all relations with them and if you do not cut relations with them then you have no relations with me. In that case, I will cut relations with you and not give you any inheritance.” Walida Sahiba narrates that Mirza Sultan Ahmad’s response came, in which he said that his maternal uncle’s wife had bestowed great favours upon him so he could not cut relations with her. However, Mirza Fazal Ahmad wrote, “My relations are only with you; I have no relations with anyone else.” Hazrat Sahib then responded saying, “If this is the matter then divorce your wife, the daughter of Mirza Ali Sher (a vehement opponent and paternal niece of Mirza Ahmad Beg).” Mirza Fazal Ahmad immediately filed for divorce and left to travel to Hazrat Sahib. Walida Sahiba states, “Then Fazal Ahmad would come from outside and stay with us but his second wife’s evil finally caused him to slowly, slowly join there.” Walida Sahiba states that Fazal Ahmad was very shy and would not raise his eyes up in front of Hazrat Sahib. Hazrat Sahib used to say regarding him, “Fazal Ahmad is of a simple and straightforward nature and he has the potential of love but he was made to slip by others and it made him join with them over there.” Moreover, Walida Sahiba states that when the news of Fazal Ahmad’s death reached Hazrat Sahib, Hazrat Sahib did not sleep all night and remained depressed for two or three days. Yours humbly inquired, “Did Hazrat Sahib also utter something?” Walida Sahiba stated that he only said this much, “We had no relation with him but opponents will indeed take his death as a target for objections.” Yours humbly submits that Muhammadi Begum is the daughter of the Promised Messiah’s paternal cousin-sister, Umr un Nisa. This means that she is the real maternal niece of Mirza Nizam ud Deen, Mirza Imam ud Deen etc. Our older paternal uncle’s wife, widow of Mirza Ghulam Qadir Sahib is the blood maternal aunt of Muhammadi Begum and Mirza Ahmad Beg Hoshiarpuri, who was the father of Muhammadi Begum, was the brother in law of Imam ud Deen etc. Additionally, there were other family ties. For instance, the real sister of the Promised Messiah was married to Mirza Ghulam Ghaus, but he died young; this was a long time ago. All of these relatives of the Promised Messiah were of the lowest level of irreligious people and people of no religion. Also, they had nothing to do with Islam, rather, they would disrespect the Shariah. Hazrat Sahib turned his intention towards God so that the family may be shown some sign or reformed or another decision be made pertaining to them. Therefore, God said, “If they agree to your proposal in the system of marriage to Ahmad Beg’s daughter, Muhammadi Begum and have you married with her then these people will be given a portion of blessings. If they reject then the punishment of Allah will descend upon them and their home will be filled with widows.” Additionally, specially pertaining to the girl’s father, God said that he would die within three years and die soon and the other person who marries the girl would die within two and a half years. The sign was fulfilled pertaining to the above-mentioned individuals and the Promised Messiah’s books contain them in numerous places. This means that Ahmad Beg left this world according to the prophecy only a few months after his daughter’s Nikah. Also, Mirza Sultan Muhammad, who people had Muhammadi Begum married to was scared of God’s punishment and many of his relatives wrote letters to Hazrat Sahib in humility which came in. Moreover, Mirza Sultan Muhammad’s letter in which he expressed his good faith in Hazrat Sahib was published in Risalah Tash’heez ul Azhan. This is why it is according to the way of Allah that that punishment was averted. The effect of the general prophecy that pertains to the remaining relatives was that the home which was full of men at the time of the prophecy has now become empty. There is now only one child remaining among the men and he has become an Ahmadi. Other than him, Mirza Imam ud Deen’s daughter has also become an Ahmadi for some time. Then, Muhammadi Begum’s mother, widow of Mirza Ahmad Beg, and Mirza Ahmad Beg’s paternal grandson and our uncle’s widow, Muhammadi Begum’s maternal aunt have all entered into Baiy’at. Moreover, Muhammadi Begum’s sister has also become an Ahmadi but she has now died. Other than them, many other relatives have become Ahmadi and those who have not entered the community have ceased from opposing it. The Promised Messiah also had a revelation that some would enter in the way of Hasan and some would enter in the way of Hussain. Hencetherfore, this has been fulfilled in its glory.
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Not mentioned in the Punjab Chiefs
The Punjab Chiefs by Lepel Griffin (1865, 1890 and 1909 edition), its data and scans – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

Only his uncle, Mirza Ata Muhammad and his cousins are mentioned. However, he still got a share of the pension (See Dard page 68 and 70).
_____________________________________________________________________________________________He sold his property shares after 1876

By roughly 1876, he had sold his shares to an uncle of the famous Muhammadi Begum. He then disappears from Ahmadiyya history.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays

The Punjab Chiefs by Lepel Griffin (1865, 1890 and 1909 edition), its data and scans – ahmadiyyafactcheckblog

http://www.reviewofreligions.org/1573/forefathers-of-the-promised-messiahas/

https://www.degruyter.com/downloadpdf/books/9783110556643/9783110556643-008/9783110556643-008.pdf

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahluwalia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jassa_Singh_Ramgarhia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanhaiya_Misl

http://www.defencejournal.com/2001/may/sepoy.htm

http://www.newindianexpress.com/lifestyle/books/2018/apr/07/1857-through-the-eyes-of-a-skull-1797554.html

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/16/nuzul-ul-masih-or-the-descent-of-the-messiah-published-posthumously-in-1909-and-quotes/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

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https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/29/22-dancing-girls-were-brought-to-qadian-by-the-mirza-family-1848-ish/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/11/who-is-mirza-nizam-ud-din-1845-the-first-cousin-of-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/09/who-is-mirza-ghulam-muhi-ud-din-mirza-ghulam-ahmads-paternal-uncle-died-in-1866/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/07/the-punjab-chiefs-1909-edition-officially-states-that-mirza-ghulam-ahmad-was-born-in-1839/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2017/07/16/the-punjab-chiefs-by-lepel-griffin-1890-edition-doesnt-even-mention-mirza-ghulam-ahmad/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2016/12/26/the-mirza-family-was-above-the-law-in-british-india/

https://www.alislam.org/library/books/Life-of-Ahmad.pdf

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/18/who-is-mirza-ghulam-kadir/

https://ahmadiyyafactcheckblog.com/2018/12/18/who-is-mirza-ata-muhammad-died-in-1814/

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