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Tughluq's policies had to be removed, and the people reconciled. In addition there was the difficulty of suppressing widespread rebellion. Feroz Shah recognized the futility of trying to reconquer all the lost provinces. This proved to be wise, because the sultan could use his forces in consolidating the areas that he controlled. Feroz Shah made a good beginning by remitting outstanding debts to the state which had been mostly incurred by rash tax-farmers and government servants who had been given advances for the purposes of improvement of agriculture.
In the reign of two minors the regent, the brilliant Persian Mahmud Gawan, was able to pursue a similar policy of conciliation at home, in spite of much military activity against Vijayanagara. Mahmud Gawan was the real power in the state until his assassination in 886/1481 by a Dakhni-Habshi conspiracy, after which there was political chaos. The reign of Mahmud, from 887/1482, saw the gradual decline of the Bahmani state, which had earlier been a much greater force, politically and culturally, than the Delhi sultanate.
Khwaja Jahan was able to gather little support and came as a suppliant. He was received with kindness, but later was nevertheless killed. Five months after his succession Feroz entered Delhi. He was confronted with a colossal task. The general dissatisfaction engendered by Muhammad b. Tughluq's policies had to be removed, and the people reconciled. In addition there was the difficulty of suppressing widespread rebellion. Feroz Shah recognized the futility of trying to reconquer all the lost provinces.
Armor At War Series - Panzers In The East Vol 1