When did Plasi war take place? | How did east India Company defeat the Bengal king in Plasi war?

September 7th, 2010| Uncategorized.

When did Plasi war take place? | How did east India Company defeat the Bengal king in Plasi war?

The Plasi war took place in Plasi which is situated on the banks of river Bhagirathi which is 150 kilometers from Kolkata. The war took place between the British east India company and Bengal king siraj-ud-doula. There were wars between the French people and British at that time and so the French people supported the Bengal king. The east India company army had bribed the Bengal king as they could not fight against the huge army. Then Bengal king agreed to it and made the army general Meer jafar as governor in British rule. Meer jafar and military heads declared that they should not do favor to the Bengal king in the war. The British army won the battle against Bengal king as Meer jafar cheated them in 1757. After this war Bengal and Bihar was under the control of east India Company.

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