Subsequent to the dispute among merchants and the Belgian Josef Nose (head of Iran customs), the governor of Tehran, Ahmad Ala-od-dowled, recalled some of the Tehran merchants by the order of abdolMajad Einoddowleh and punished them for the rises in the sugar price. This event led to the closure of bazaars, and people's gathering in The Shah Mosque. Great clergies including Mohammad Tabatabai and Abdollah Behbahani supported the merchants. The governmental forces attacked the mosque to scatter the people. The protesters took sanctuary at AbdolAzim Shrine. The next day Shahab-od-dowleh and Majd-od-dowleh, representatives of MozaffarAddin Shah began to carry negotiations with the strikers and announced the Shah's decision to found a justice house. This led to the end of the strike. However there was no sign of the formation of justice house for three months.
The clergies continued to their opposition against the Shah and Ein-od-dowleh. The protesters went to the British legation and staged a sit in there. The clergies went to Qom and declared that they will not return until the foundation of justice house and formation of Majlis, and institution of a constitutional government.
Eventually, after about a month, Mozaffaraddin Shah issued the decree of constitutionalism in August 4th, 1906 and formed the constitutional government which ended to all strikes and sits in.
The representatives of the merchants and guilds, holding constitutional decree: 1. AliMohammad Sarraf Isfahani, 2. Mohammad Taghi Shahrudi, 3. Mahmud Sherket Mottafeqe, 4. Ahmad Zargarbashi, 5. Bagher Baqqal, 6. Hassan Shalchi, 7. Mohammad Bagher Kashani, 8. Abdorrahim Arbab, 9. ? 10. Mohammad Ismail Qazvini, 11. Mohammad Bushehri (Moin-ot-tojjar), 12. Mohammad Ali Shalforush, 13. Mohammad Ismail Maghazeh, 14. Hossein Mahdavi (Amin-ozzarb), 15. ?, 16.?, 17. Mohammad Hossein Damad, 18. Mohammad Sarraf Tehrani, 19. Ahmad Mortazavi, 20. AbdolMotalleb Kordestani, 21. Mohsen Mahdavi