But the timely involvement of Mian Nasir Muhammad Kalhoro prevented them from further bloodletting. Mian Nasir Muhammad ordered the supporters and descendants of Gursha Bulfat Khoso to leave Kachho (part of Johi tehsil).
Gaji Shah’s heroic stories are known to all those who know about the region. According to local accounts, Mian Nasir Muhammad sent Gaji Shah and Shah Panjo Sultan Dahote (a lineage of Rathore Rajputs) to get his female disciple liberated from the clutches of Bakhtiar Khan, then ruler of Sibi. He was loyal and supportive of Mughal king Akbar and was an adversary of Mian Nasir Muhammad Kalhoro and his movement. In order to weaken his movement, the Mughals and their supporters used to attack and kidnap Mianwal Faqirs. One day Bakhtiar Khan kidnapped Mai Shamul, a female disciple of Mian Nasir Muhammad. Bakhtiar Khan imprisoned her where she used to remember her mentor and sing songs in his praise. When the news of the kidnapping reached Mian Nasir Muhammad, he ordered Gaji Shah and Shah Panjo Dahote to get Mai Shamul liberated. Following the order, they surrounded the fort of Sibi and liberated Mai Shamul. Later on, those songs which Mai Shamul sang in prison became known to the Mianwal Faqirs as MianJiSami or Samri which is still sung at the shrines of both Kalhora rulers and their disciples
Gaji Shah died in the battle against the Brohi tribe at Lohi in Balochistan in 1691. Later on his body was brought for burial to Lak (pass) Tando Rahim Khan where he had been posted by Mian Nasir Muhammad. Today the shrine of Gaji Shah is greatly revered by both Baloch and Sindhi tribes.
According to local accounts, the canopy over the grave of Gaji Shah is believed to have been built by Mian Yar Mohammad Kalhoro (1700-19) who had commissioned several other buildings, mainly three-domed mosque and tombs located near the canopy of Gaji Shah.
The shrine of Gaji Shah Khoso is visited by his tribesmen. During the time of Mela, his shrine is seen bustling with his disciples and devotees and resonates with slogans of Allah Tohar (in God we trust or absolute dependence on God), which is the slogan and identity of the Mianwal movement.