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Match the following: State trial Wahabi leaders (i) Malda trial (A) Yahya Ali (ii) Patna trial (B) Ahmadullah (iii) Rajmahal trial (C) Maulavi Amiruddin (iv) Ambala trial (D) Ibrahim Mandal (a) i-A, ii-D, iii-B, iv-C (b) i-D, ii-A, iii-C, iv-B (c) i-.C, ii-B, iii-D, iv-A (d) i-B, ii-C, iii-A, iv-D Which of the following statements about the Kuka Movement are true? (i) It was founded in western Punjab in the sixties of the 19th century. (ii) Its religious aim was reformation of Sikhism. (iii) Its political aim was restoration of Sikh sovereignty. (iv) Its founder was popularly known as Sian Sahib. Choose the answer from the codes given below: (a) i, ii and iii (b) ii, iii and iv (c) i, ii and iv (d) i, iii and iv Which of the following statements about the leaders of Kukas are incorrect? (i) Sian Sahib was succeeded by Balak Singh. (ii) Balak Singh was captured and executed by the British. (iii) Balak Singh was succeeded by Hari Singh. (iv) Ram Singh was the last leader of the Kukas. (v) Ram Singh was transported to Rangoon by the British. Select the answer from the codes given below: (a) i and iii (b) ii and iv (c) i and v (d) ii and iii Ram Singh (i) became the leader of the Kukas in 1860.