The White Mutiny was the unrest that occurred at the dissolution of the British East India Company in India during the mid-19th century in the wake of the Indian Rebellion of 1857.
POLITICAL DIVISIONS INDIAN EMPIRE But the transfer of power meant that the Soldiers of the three Presidency Armies would now require making over their loyalty to the Queen (British Crown) and the Royal Army. AGENGY P U A G Berar ABAD S EA BEN G A L Lacca REFERENCE NOTE NATIME STAT
Lord Canning who was the First Viceroy of India, announced the abolishment of 250-year long rule of the East India Company and the transfer of power On 1st of November 1858 Lord Canning
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These two units consisted of C serving the tour of India and the Queen's Army hich was independent unit of EIC
The section of EIC received 'Batta o cover the various expenditures relating to the operations outside their home territories while British Army did not get any extra payment.
The rules and regulations regarding this transfer were unclear and all of this misunderstanding resulted in the biggest revolt faced by British Army by their own people.
The White Mutiny of the "European Forces" was seen as a potential undermining of the already rocky British rule in India