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Mir Kasim
Mir Kasim was the son-in-law of Mir Jafar.
Mir Kasim aspired to be the Nawab of Bengal.
He entered into a treaty with the English in September 1760 and became the Nawab of Bengal.
He suppressed the zamindars of Bengal and Bihar, who challenged the authority of the Nawab.
He transferred his capital from Murshidabad to Monghyr.
He decided to stop the illegal private trade carried on by the servants of the company.
The outbreak of war between the English and Mir Kasim took place in 1763. But Mir Kasim was defeated.
Mir Jafar was declared as the Nawab of Bengal in July 1763.

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