Isfendiar thus became Khan of Khiva and gave an inheritance Abulgazi Urgench. Peace and friendship between the brothers lasted long. Pro-Turkmen Isfendiar policy annoyed the majority of Uzbeks and Abulgazi was on their side. When, about 1627, Isfendiar again defeated the Uzbeks, Kazakhs fled to Abulgazi. After Isfendiar changes in policies and in relation to his Uzbek and Turkmen labor and tribal leaders - a typical case for the Central Asian policy of the period - some of the most influential Turkmen quarreled with Isfendiar invited Abulgazi return to Khiva. There was a respite, but in 1630 Isfendiar Abulgazi accused of supporting demonstrations against the Shah of Persia in the northern province of Khorasan, and succeeds, intrigue and treachery, send it to the Shah as a hostage.
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