Later, on March 24, 1843, a coalition of Sindhi Muslims gathered to liberate Sindh from the occupation of the British East India Company they were led by General Hoshu Sheedi, the fierce battle resulted in the ground of Dubbo, where deaths of over 5000 Sindhis and the execution of many took place. The battle resulted in the complete collapse of any future Sindhi coalition, the Sindhi's however began an armed insurgency which continued until 1935.
The battle was fought near capital of state, Hyderabad. It is about 25 kilometers east of Hyderabad on the Mirpur khas road in the Nareejani village. There stands the grave of Hoshu Sheedi and a monument to British soldiers still exists.