Modern Indian History
The Tokyo Conference which passed a resolution to form an Indian National Army or Azad Hind Fauj was a conference of

Indian prisoners of war in Japanese custody
Indians living in Tokyo
Indian revolutionaries living outside India
different associations of Indians living in South-East Asia

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Modern Indian History
The Moplahs of Malabar (Kerala) who were largely Muslim leaseholders and cultivators, indulged in a series of rebellions in Kerala between 1836-1919. Which of the following regarding these Moplah uprisings is not true?

These uprisings were a peculiar form of rural terrorism
Most of the Moplah martyrs were poor peasants of landless lobourers
They were mainly directed against the upper caste Hindu landlords
A small band of Moplahs committed collective suicides in the belief of being called Shahids (martyrs)

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