He was born as a Nawab in the British-Indian state of Malerkotla. He had 2 older brothers, Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan was the eldest and married the eldest daughter of MGA. His other elder brother was Sir Muhammad Ahmad Ali Khan, who became the head chief of Malerkotla in 1908.
He was the Chief Minister of Patiala (1910-1913)(See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).
A participant for the Simon Commission (1928-1929)(See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).
An Indian delegate to the League of Nations (1930). Interestingly, his brother, Nawab Muhammad Ali Khan, married Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s daughter, Nawab Mubaraka Begum, which made both of the Nawabs the brothers-in-law of Mirza Mahmud Ahmad khalifat al-masih II. In addition, Ghulam Ahmad’s other daughter, Amtul Hafiz Begum, married Nawab Muhammad ‘Ali Khan’s son, Nawab Abdullah Khan(See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).
He was part of the All-India-Kashmir-Committee which elected Mirza Basheer ud Din Mahmud Ahmad as President in Simla on July 25th, 1931(See Khan “The construction of the Ahmadiyya Identity”, page 167).
Photo from 1895, Nawab Mohammad Ali Khan Sahib of Malirkotla State (on extreme right seated). On the extreme left seated is his younger brother Sir Zulfiqar Ali Khan and in the middle is Sirdar Ausaf Ali Khan (a first cousin of Nawab Mohammad Ali Khan Sahib and brother-in-law)
https://eprints.soas.ac.uk/29299/1/10731394.pdf—“Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and the Construction of the Ahmadi Identity”
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