Deccan Riots Commission’s Report is examined below:
1. The Deccan riots Commission was set up to judge whether the government revenue demand was the cause behind the revolt.
2. Upon conducting the study, the commission reported that the government demand was not the cause of the peasant's anger.
3. The blame was put upon the money lenders.
4. This implies the reluctance of the colonial government to admit discontent was never on the action of the government.
The policies adopted by the British for the annexation of Awadh in 1857 are examined below:
1. The annexation of Awadh happened in multiple stages.
2. Firstly a policy of subsidiary Alliance was imposed.
3. Nawab had to disband his military force and allow the Britishers to arrange the British troops within the kingdom and act according to the advice of the British resurgence who was now attached to the court.
4. Nawab became dependent on the British for the maintenance of law and order in the region.
5. With the imposition of British rule, Nawab Wajid Ali Shah was dethroned in the context of misrule.
6. The process of annexation of Awadh was complete.
7. The main reason behind the annexation was the fertile quality of Awadh which the Britishers wanted to capture by all means.
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