Zia ol Din Tabatabaee who was the last prime minister in the Qajar era

His life of exile ended in 1943 when he was encouraged to return tohomeland. In homeland, Seyyed Zia was elected as the governor of Yazd. Subsequently, Seyyed Zia attained a central position on the political stage. Everyone was either for or against him. During the last fifteen years of his life, Seyyed Zia became an advisor and conduit to the shah, who was hesitant at first, but preferred him over Ahmad Qavam, with whom he had a fall out with.