The second disbelieving sect is "Qadyani". The imposter Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadyani, who arrogated himself to Prophethood, invented this misleading doctrine in India, and called the mobs there to believe in him. Mirza Qadyani gave a false legal opinion that the religious duty of fighting against enemies of Islam had been abrogated and called people to surrender and co-operate with the imperialist British authorities in India. By this method he gained the influential and financial support of the British authorities. Mirza Qadyani strived hard to falsify and destroy Islam. He printed his books "Tasdeeq Brahiyn Ahmediyah", "Triyak-ul-Quloob" etc. and succeeded in misleading many groups in India. He died in 1908 and his deputy Noor-ul-Deen Alhakeem succeeded him. Even at present his descendants claim themselves "Caliphs" of the founder of this sect.