A) Paying for the Secretary of State and his establishment at the India Office in London.
B) House tax in urban areas and agriculture tax.
C) Amount of investment earmarked for infrastructure development in India.
D) Charges on the transfer of finished products from England to India.
Correct Answer: A
Solution :[a] It is a constituent of economic drain, which varied between 10% to 13% before 1857 and consequently in 1920s it sharply increased by 40%.
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