(b) i, ii and iii
(c) ii, iii and iv
(d) iii, iv and v
Which of the following statements about Bakht Khan are true?
(i) He was an ordinary subedar in the British army.
(ii) He led the revolt of the sepoys at Meerut and brought them to Delhi.
(iii) He was the de facto leader of the sepoys at Delhi, the nominal leader
being the Mughal emperor.
(iv) After the recapture of Delhi by the British, he went to Awadh and died
fighting the British in May 1859.
Select the answer from the codes given below:
(a) i and ii
(b) iii and iv
(c) i, iii and iv
(d) ii, iii, and iv
Match the following:
      List I                     List II
      (i) Azimullah Khan         (A) A relative of Mughal emperor
      (ii) Ahmadullah            (B) Nephew of Nana Saheb
      (iii) Amar Singh           (C) Adviser of Nana Saheb
      (iv) Firoz Shah            (D) Adviser of the ex-nawab of Awadh
      (v) Rao Saheb              (E) Brother of Kunwar Singh
(a) i-C, ii-E, iii-D, iv-B, v-A
(b) i-E, ii-D, iii-C, iv-A, v-B
(c) i-D, ii-C, iii-E, iv-A, v-B
(d) i-C, ii-D, iii-E, iv-A, v-B
Which of the following statements about Maulavi Ahmadullah are true?
(i) He was a native of Delhi.
(ii) Just before the outbreak of the Revolt of 1857, he led a minor revolt of
the people against the British at Faizabad.
(iii) He was one of the main leaders of the rebels at Lucknow and after its fall
at Bareilly during the revolt.
(iv) He was captured and executed by the British after the revolt.
Choose the answer from the codes