Socio-religious reform movements in western India were led by some very illustrious personalities, the incorrect statement in this context is:
[A] Gopal Hari Deshmukh was one of the earliest religious reformers who rationally attacked hindu orthodox beliefs. [B] Bal Gangadhar was a great Indian nationalist who revived the faith of Indians in their rich cultural heritage by celebration of Shivaji and Ganesh festival in Maharashtra. [C] Dr Atmaram Pandurang and Justice Ranade, founded the Prarthana Samaj in Maharashtra, inspired by the Brahmo Samaj and espousing principles of enlightened theism based on the ancient Vedas. [D] Justice Ranade and Pandita Ramabai were pioneers of women’s education in India.