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Who was Alluri Sitaram Raju?
Alluri Sitaram Raju was an independence nationalist from Andhra Pradesh.
1. He was an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi.
2. When the hill people were forced to contribute begar, Sitaram Raju led them against the British.
3. He was considered as an incarnation of God.
4. His astrological predictions were correct, and he could heal many people.
5. He was capable of surviving even bullet shots.
6. He insisted people wear Khadi clothes and stop taking liquor.
7. Even though he was attached to Gandhian principles, he believed in the use of force to achieve independence.
8. He, with his followers, tried to kill British officers and attacked police stations.
Alluri Sitaram Raju was trapped by the British and was executed in the year 1924.
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