Brieflt explain the causes of war 1957
The causes of the war of independence in 1957 varied from religious, political, social, economic, and military. Concerning the religious causes, British rules threatened Islam, Hindu, and Sikhism when Christian missionaries went to promote their religion by establishing schools and promoting Christianity. Moreover, social causes sparked war because minority races faced threats from superpower nations. The less powerful races were captured as slaves. Economically, huge tax imposition forced peasants and landowners to revolt against the British. Military causes involved the low wages paid to most soldiers, and forcing Muslims and Sikh soldiers to convert to Christianity.