The revolt of 1857 was described as a ‘National Rising’ by which of the following political leaders of Britain?

The revolt of 1857 was described as a ‘National Rising’ by which of the following political leaders of Britain?
[A] Canning
[B] Gladstone
[C] Palmerstone
[D] Disraeli

Disraeli
Benjamin Disraeli was leader of Conservative Party and opposition leader in the House of Commons. He described the revolt of 1857 as ‘a national rising’.

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