When this Rohila Sardar beat the Mughal emperor and his begums fiercely
Ghulam Qadir was the grandson of Nazibuddaula. On 5 September 1787, Ghulam Qadir seized all the posts and powers from Delhi, threatening to punish him by appearing before the helpless Emperor Shah Alam in Delhi, forced to accept all the demands of Shah Alam Ghulam Qadir on 24 July. . On 30 July, Ghulam Qadir and Ismail Baig took possession of the Red Fort and Raj Bhavan and locked Shah Alam in a small mosque and started looting the treasury and valuables.
The scandal continued for 68 days thereafter until he was removed from the Raj Bhavan. On 31 July 1788, Ghulam Qadir deposed Shah Alam and installed the title of ‘Nasiruddin Muhammad Jahan Shah’ to Bedar Bakht, son of the former emperor Ahmad Shah.
After this, Ghulam Qadir insulted the dynasty in all respects and caused great grief. . Finally, on August 10, he also broke Shah Alam’s eyes. The little children and helpless women were not given food and water for many days and thus they were starved. The princes were beaten with cane.
The princesses were raped and the servants beaten until they died. To find out the secret money, the entire area of Raj Bhavan and all the buildings of the rich people in the city were dug up. The scene of hell remained in the beautiful capital for 9 weeks. Minor beauties were also sacrificed to satisfy the workload of Ruhels.
The slaves were tortured and the eunuchs were killed because they had not disclosed the secret. Those who died did not even go to the burial. In this way, 21 people are said to have died. Malika Jamani and Sahiba Mahal who met Qadir were also shown naked in front of the public due to not disclosing their wealth.
For some time, the outside people could not get any information about the gruesome scenes which were being presented in the palace inside the Red Fort. When Mahadji Scindia received some obscure news in September, he immediately organized a campaign for assistance. On hearing the news of Mahadji’s arrival, Qadir escaped but was soon caught by Maratha soldiers. On 4 March 1789, he was executed and his body was sent to Delhi to be displayed before the general public. [It is said that his headless corpse was hung from a tree there.