Sufi Izzat Ullah Shah were the middle son of Shah Shaheed. At the time of Shahadat, they were of young age, and at the instructions of Shah Shaheed , and due to the instability, they stayed with disciples away from Miranpur.
Kalhoras , after shahadat, burnt Miranpur and ordered reward of five rupees for a slain sufi head. This order lasted only for a short period of time. When it became news all over the country, a disciple of Ajmer Sharif , Mian Abdul Hameed, heard this and remembered that Shah Shaheed did not allow him to be martyred saying “ You fakir will fight a bigger battle.” So probably now that time has come. Very hard times have fallen upon sufis as for only five rupees Sufis are being slained. He immediately went to Delhi and that time Mohammed Shah Badhshah were on the throne. He told the king all that was happening at Miranpur.
The King was disciple of Ajmer Sharif Dargah, he said “ Fakir you yourself a spiritual leader, how is it that you are disciple of Sufi Fakir.” He replied “ Yes, I was a spiritual leader, but once when Shah Shaheed laid their eyes upon me, all my leadership vanished like a feather blows away.” After a long discussion Mohammed Shah was convinced, and he ordained one thousand acres surrounding Miranpur of which one fourth to be estate and three fourth for cultivation and commanded that from that day on , no sufi be martyred , let them carry their way of life. No one to be distressed. Carrying this order fakir came to Miranpur and as Sufi Khalil-ullah-Shah were not present , they made the middle son, Sufi Izzat-ullah- Shah, the sujjada nashin (heir to dargah) and disciples were able to visit. During the time of Shah Shaheed, Sufi Izzat-ullah-Shah were of young age, so after Shahadat, they took spiritual guidance from Mohammed Ismail Thatwi a disciple of Shah Shaheed. The spiritual system was restored, which then slowly slowly got stronger.
After Shah Shaheed , Sufi Izzat-ullah-Shah in Miranpur, Sufi Khalil-ullah-Shah in Iran and Sufi Salam-ullah-Shah in Tajjal Sharif lived their lives respectively. In 1187 H on 12th Jamad-ul-Sani, Sufi Izzat-ullah-Shah departed from this mortal world (innal-la-wa-alai-rajun). They had one son and one daughter. Son passed away at a young age during the lifetime of father. Daughter was married to Mian Mohammed Zahid Shah son of Sufi Ibrahim Shah, son of Sufi Cheghon Shah brother of Shah Shaheed. Sufi Zahid Shah, the son-in-law, became the second sujjada nashin.