The roots of the 1857 revolt lay in

A. Blatantly discriminatory policies

B. Exploitative land revenue policy

C. The policy of greased cartridges

D. All of the above

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

The British ruled over India for about two centuries. They started interference in the religious matters and other social practices of Hindus and Muslims and it infuriated the Indians and their anger resulted in the armed revolt of 1857. The roots of the 1857 revolt lay in Blatantly discriminatory policies, exploitative land revenue policy and the policy of greased cartridges.

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