Who called the revolt of 1857 a conspiracy?

(A) Sir James Outram and W. Taylor
(B) Sir John K
(C) Sir John Lawrence
(D) T.R. Homes

Correct Answer : Sir James Outram and W. Taylor
Question Asked : 40th BPSC (Pre) 1995
Explanation : Sir James Outram and W. Taylor viewed that the revolt of 1857 was the result of a Hindu-Muslim conspiracy. Outram viewed that it was a Muslim conspiracy which took advantage of Hindu grievances. According to John Celey, it was a ‘Sepoy Mutiny’ while J.R. Holmes expressed that it was a conflict between civilization and barbarism.
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