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(c) January 1857 (d) February 1857 Which of the following statements about Mangal Pandey are not correct? (i) He was a sepoy in the 19th Native Infantry stationed at Berhampur. (ii) In March 1857, he single-handedly revolted and killed two English officers. (iii) He made a futile attempt to commit suicide when he realised the hopelessness of the situation. (iv) He was executed by the British. Choose the answer from the codes given below: (a) i and ii (b) ii and iii (c) i and iv (d) i and iii What is the chronological sequence in which the following places witnessed sepoy revolts? (i) Naushera (ii) Delhi (iii) Meerut (iv) Hoti Mardan Select the correct answer from the codes given below: (a) ii, iii, i and iv (b) iii, ii, i and iv (c) iv, iii, ii and i (d) i, iii, iv and ii Which code gives the correct pairing of the following lists? (i) Colonel (A) Commanding Officer of kanpur on the eve of the Mitchell Revolt (ii) General (B) Commanding Officer of the 34th Native Infantry Hearsey at Barrackpur (iii) General (C) Commanding Officer of the 19th Native Infantry Hewitt at Berhampur (iv) Sir Hugh (D) Commanding Officer of Meerut on the eve of the Wheeler Revolt.