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Correct Option is Boycott of foreign goods

Indigo strikes and disturbances flared up in 1860's. Factory after factory was attacked by hundreds of peasants. In many cases, the efforts of the police to intervene and arrest peasant leaders were met with an attack on policemen and police posts. They refused to pay enhanced rents. The ryots went on a rent strike. Peasants gradually learnt to use the legal machinery to enforce their rights. They also used the weapon of social boycott to force a planter's servants to leave them. Ultimately , the planters could not withstand the united resistance of the ryots. and they gradually began to close their factories. The cultivation of Indigo was virtually wiped out from the districts of Bengal by the end of 1860.

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