Answer :

The forest law, introduced by the Britishers was the main reason of the anger of the tribals. The tribals wanted to drive out the dikus – missionaries, moneylenders, Hindu landlords and the government because they saw them as the cause of their misery. So, they disobeyed these new forest laws/rules, and continued with the practices that were declared illegal and at time rose in open rebellion.


Following facts accounts for their anger towards the dikus:


● The land practices of the British were destroying their traditional way of cultivating crops.


● Land lords and moneylenders were taking over their lands.


● Missionaries were criticizing their traditional culture.


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