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Who started the initial revolts of the Second Anglo-Sikh War?

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Raja Ranjit Singh
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Britishers
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Chattar Singh Attariwala
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The correct option is D Chattar Singh Attariwala
Dissatisfied with having the British Resident as the de facto ruler of Punjab, the Sikh leaders rose in rebellion against the British East India Company. It eventually led to the Second Anglo-Sikh War, which began with initial revolts led by Chattar Singh Attariwala in Lahore and ‘Moolraj’ in Multan.

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