After the revolt of 1857, the British recruited the Soldiers from the

(A) Brahmins of UP & Bihar
(B) Bengalis and Orria’s from the East
(C) Gurkhas, Sikhs, and Punjabis in the North
(D) Madras presidency and Marathas

Correct Answer : Gurkhas, Sikhs, and Punjabis in the North
Question Asked : 48th to 52nd BPSC (Pre) 2008
Explanation : After the revolt of 1857, the British recruited the soldiers from the Gurkhas, Sikhs, and Punjabis in the North. In the enhancement of revolt of 1857, the soldiers from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar played an important role, so the British government became suspicious about them. During the revolt, 60% soldiers of Bengal Army were from Oudh and north-west regions of Uttar Pradesh. The Indian army was responsible for mutiny 1857 and on 1 Nov 1858 Queen Victoria declared reorganisation of the army on the basis of separation and conflict policy.
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