History of Pakistan Movement 1857 MCQS

History of Pakistan Movement 1857 MCQS

History of Pakistan Movement 1857

Multiple Choice Questions:

-War of Independence (1857)

1. The step which ignited the war of Independence was the:
(a) Doctrine of Lapse
(b) Ridiculing of Muslim culture
(c) Introduction of greased cartridges
(d) Joblessness of soliders

View Answer
 (c) Introduction of greased cartridges

2. In the beginning of war the 80 soldiers who disobeyed co smith to use greased cartridges belonged to:
(a) Luckhnow
(b) Meerat
(c) Delhi
(d) Bihar

View Answer
 (b) Meerat

3. The British general who recaptured Delhi from Bakht khan was:
(a) R. Brown
(b) Sir Macauley
(c) Hudson
(d) Sir John Shore

View Answer
 (d) Sir John Shore

4. Queen Hazrat Mahal and Ahmed Ullah led the Muslim revolutionaries in:
(a) Baraille
(b) Lucknow
(c) jhansi
(d) Meerat

View Answer
 (b) Lucknow

5. After the war of independence the British Government assumed control of India through:
(a) Indian council Act, 1862
(b) Queens proclamation of 1858
(c) Queens order,1857
(d) East India Company order 1858

View Answer
 (b) Queens proclamation of 1858

6. In 1858 A.D, the person who was appointed the first British viceroy in India was:
(a) Lord canning
(b) Lord Mayo
(c) Lord Rippon
(d) Lord Curzon

View Answer
  (a) Lord canning

7. In Jhansi, the Muslim revolutionaries were led by:
(a) Bahadar Shah zafar
(b) Rani Lakshmi bai
(c) Khan Bahadur khan
(d)  Nana Sahib

View Answer
 (b) Rani Lakshmi bai

8. After the war of Independence the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled to:
(a)  Rangoon
(b)Crete
(c) Malta
(d) Maldives

View Answer
 (a)  Rangoon

 

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