Azim Khan

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Azim Khan (, ) was an ethnic Pashtun and the governor of Kashmir during the period 1810-1816. Prior to him the governor was Abdullah Khan Alukzai (1796–1808).

Azim Khan owed Ranjit Singh an annual tribute of 8 lakh (800,000) rupees. He refused to pay up and Ranjit Singh invaded, but Azim Khan was able to rout this army.

At the end of 6 years of rule, he took 2 crore (20 million) of rupee worth of property, and appointed his younger brother Jabbar Khan as the governor. Jabbar Khan was defeated by the Ranjit Singh's army in 1819.

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