Impact of British Rule – 9

Impact of British Rule » Exercise – 1

9. Commercialisation of agriculture led to further growth of rural poverty because the peasant :

(a) got unremunerative prices for his produce
(b) was exploited by the merchants and other middlemen
(c) had to accept fixed prices for his produce
(d) was left with no money to buy food grains during famines and other natural calamities

Answer
Answer : (b)

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