Maulana Inam (RA) said to his fellow workers towards the end of his life that he was getting old, and they should think about appointing a successor. He then set up a group of around a dozen old workers from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Arabia (this being Maulana Saeed Khan Makki (RA) who had migrated to Makkah) and told them to decide on an ameer.
After the passing away of Maulana Inam (RA), the group got together, but were unable to decide on a single ameer when it came down to Maulana Zubair (RA) and Maulana Saad Sahab. Each one of the two felt that most workers of Mewat would only be satisfied with Maulana Saad Sahab, and most workers of Delhi would only be satisfied with Maulana Zubair (RA). So, a matter of compromise was reached where a three member head shura was formed with Maulana Izhar (RA) (senior most), Maulana Zubair (RA), and Maulana Saad Sahab. Maulana Izhar (RA) passed away only six months later, and Maulana Zubair (RA) and Maulana Saad Sahab continued as a two member head shura until the passing away of Maulana Zubair (RA).