This photograph belongs to 20 April 1895. It has been photographed after the siege in 1895.
Sitting Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk (1881 to 1936). He was the Mehtar of Chitral from 1895 to 1936. He has visited India in 1899 and met the Viceroy of India in Calcutta. He was decorated as a Companion of the Indian Empire (C.I.E) by the British in 1903, and Knight Commander of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire (K.C.I.E) in 1919.]He was granted a personal gun salute of 11 guns and the title of His Highness.
Shuja ul-Mulk died on 13 October 1936. He was buried in his ancestral graveyard adjacent to the Royal Fort in Chitral. He was succeeded as Mehtar by his eldest son, Nasir ul-Mulk.
Amir Hamza Khan of Ayun. He was appointed Charvelu to Ayun Valley by Sir G.Robertson in 1895 (Gurdon 1903).
Wazir Wafadar Khan of Jughoor. He was appointed a council of Regency of Mehtar of Shuja ul Mulk in 1898. Wafadar Khan was also appointed CEO of the Revenue Department in 1898. He was received the Jagir of Seen and Singoor (Ghufran 1921). Before British invasion, he was the Mehtar Ambassador in the courts of Viceroy of India and Cheif commissioner Peshawar and member of Yasin council. He was killed by unknown assailants on 17 July 1912.
Mehtarjou Raja Bahadur Khan of Ayun. He was the Governor of Mastuj from 1893 to 1914 and also a member of the council of Regency of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk. He was received 200 monthly from Kashmir durbar. Bahadur Khan was the uncle of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk. He was received Jagir of Bomboret.
Cherbrar Noor Ahmad Khan of Barenes. He was the foster brother of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk and also a big landowner. Noor Ahmad Khan was received the title of “Khan Sahib” services rendered in the third Afghan war of 1919 and was Subidar Major in Chitral Scouts. Later on, he was appointed Hakim of Ayun. He died in 1956.
Mehtarjou Afrasiab of Koghuzi. He was the brother of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk and younger brother of Mehtarjou Asfandiar of Danin. He was the member of the State of Judicial council Chitral. He was received Jagir of Koghuzi. Afrasiab was an educated person. He was died in 1957.
Bahadur Ataleq of Sakht Molkho. He was appointed Ataleq of Molkho in 1895 but in 1905 he was appointed Ataleq of Chitral. He was the father in law of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk and brother of Aksaqal Fatah Ali Shah. Bahadur was received the title of “Khan Sahib” in 1919. He died in 1921. Ataleq Sarfaraz Shah was his son.
Wazir Inayat Khan of Jughoor. He was the leading wazir of Mehtar Aman ul Mulk. Inayat Khan was the ambassador of Chitral in the court of Maharaja of Kashmir. In 1895 he was appointed a council of Regency of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk. He was appointed President of State Judicial Council in 1909. Inayat Khan was granted jagir of Chomorkhon. He died in 1920.
Nasab Ali Khan of Broze. He was the Charvelu of Broze. Nasab Ali Khan was the ambassador in the courts of Umara Khan of Jandul and Amir Abdur Rehman of Kabul.
Aksaqal Fateh Ali Shah of Chitral. He was the brother of Ataleq Bahadur of Saht. Fateh Ali Shah was appointed in the council of Regency of Mehtar Shuja ul Mulk. He did very valuable service during the turbulent period of 1895. He died in 1898.