British Vice Roy, Lord Reading, along with vice Line visits Srinagar. Maharaja regime arranges a traditional river procession in his honour. He is taken out in a procession of boats. Both sides of Jehlum have been decorated officially and spectators have assembled to see the spectacle. When the Boat-Cade passes by the Khan-e-Kahi Moula, the shrine of Baini-e-Musalmani in Kashmir, Hazrat Amir Kabir Mir Syed Ali Hamadani, who is reverentially remembered as Shah-i-Hamdan also, many Kashmiris stood up with black flags in hand, shouting "Beedad, Beedad" (It is tyranny here). They presented a written memorandum to the viceroy, who handed it over to his host, Maharaja for further action.