Title: Sepoy Rebellion
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And to use the cartridges they would have to bite off the seal. Now since the Hindus believe that a cow is sacred, and since Muslims don't eat pork, they were both outraged by this ridiculous rumor. It's incredulous how they could believe such a senseless rumor.
A garrison commander was stunned to find 85 out of 90 sepoys refuse to accept the cartridges...
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It's incredulous how they could believe such a senseless rumor.
A garrison commander was stunned to find 85 out of 90 sepoys refuse to accept the cartridges. To punish the sepoys for their wrong doing the British did the right thing and put them to jail. The next day, on May 10th, the sepoys rebelled...
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