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= Death section insufficient
The section dealing with the death of M.K. lacks any useful explanation of the the circumstances or motivations around a number of key events, and also lacks references to support most of the claims made. Why did he kill his master? How did he he "hasten" his death - did he directly kill him or did he just neglect him intentionally? Why did he blind his master's successors, and why did he choose to place the given person on the throne? How did he wield this enormous executive power? How did he physically achieve these ends? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 01:14, 28 April 2016 (UTC)
Moved unsourced material here
(removed from article as unsourced) It is reported that Alauddin fell in love with his effeminate handsomeness and named him senior commander in his army after he agreed to convert to Islam. Early in his career, he became known as “Thousand-dinar Kafur” for the price at which he was rumored to have been bought. Thanks, Mattisse 16:14, 7 January 2007 (UTC)