1. About the revolt of 1857 which leader pointed out in 1864 that “there was no popular outbreak;even the soldiers would not have mutinied but for the Meerut punishments. I, therefore, think that the mutiny of 1857 was not a popular rebellion”?

Answer: Syed Ahmed Khan

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