HistoryChoose the statement as True/False:The bankers in Awadh had no influence over the management of the State.

Choose the statement as True/False:


The bankers in Awadh had no influence over the management of the State.


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    Solution:

    The above statement is false.
    Burhan-ul-Mulk tried to lessen the authority of the Mughals in the Awadh region by cutting back on the number of Mughal-appointed officials (jagirdars). From Mahajan and local bankers, loans were acquired. The tax collection authority was put up for auction, with the highest bidder winning. These "revenue farmers" (ijaradars) agreed to give the government a particular amount of cash. Bankers in the area guaranteed that the State would pay the stipulated amount. Revenue farmers were consequently granted a lot of latitude in assessing and collecting taxes. These modifications allowed previously unheard-of social groupings, like moneylenders and bankers, to influence the operation of the State's tax system.
    The correct statement would be The bankers in Awadh had to influence the management of the State.
     
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