Changes in the policies of the British after the suppression of the rebellion of 1857:
 --Provided a sense of security to the local rulers - The ruling chiefs of the country were assured that their territories would never be annexed by the British.
--Treated the Muslims with suspicion and hostility - Considering them to be responsible for the rebellion in a big way, the British confiscated the land and property of Muslims on a large scale.
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