The Revolt of Songram Snagma in 1906 took place because

  1. the peasants in Champaran revolted against the indigo planters
  2. the Muslim traders in Bengal rose against the unequal terms of trade set by the British
  3. the Patidar peasants of Gujarat rebelled against the high land revenue demand of the British
  4. the tribal groups in Assam reacted against the colonial forest laws
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 22nd February 2016 in History.
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    Answer: (d) the tribal groups in Assam reacted against the colonial forest laws

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 25th February 2016.
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