A) Bakhat Khan, Ahsanullah Khan and Mahbub Ali
B) Mirza Moghul, Mirza Khawaja Sultan and MirzaAbu Bakr
C) Prince Azam, Azim-ush-Shah and Muazzam
D) Asad Khan, Kam Bakhash and Jahandar Shah
Correct Answer: B
Solution :[b] Mirza Abu Zafar Sirajuddin Muhammad Bahadur Shah Zafar was the last Mughal emperor. As the Indian rebellion of 1857 spread, Sepoy regiments seized Delhi. Because of his neutral views on religions, some Indian kings and regiments accepted Zafar as the Emperor of India. On 16 May, sepoys and palace servants killed 52 Europeans who were prisoner of the palace and who were discovered hiding in the city. The executions took place under a peepul tree in front of the palace, despite Zafar's protests. The administration of the city and its new occupying army was described as "chaotic and troublesome", which functioned "haphazardly". The Emperor nominated his eldest surviving son, Mirza Mughal, as the commander in chief of his forces. However Mirza Mughal had little military experience and was rejected by the sepoys.
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