The former rulers put up a fierce fight against the British's brutal campaign to exterminate the Polygars. Therefore, it was a rebellion against the unjust british hegemony and its attempts to control the populace and colonise the areas. The east India Company's repressive policies mostly affected the peasants and other classes of society, who backed those who took up weapons against the foreign overlords.

According to Venugopal Reddy, the Kattudadies and Bhattavartithies in Koilkuntla Taluk revolted against the british under narasimha Reddy's leadership as a result of economic hardship among peasants and a variety of economic concerns. A rare instance of peasants taking up arms to defend their way of life from the proposed Inam laws was the narasimha Reddy uprising in the Ceded areas.

The poor son of a former Polygar, narasimha Reddy, lured the disinherited sons of the soil to the standard of insurrection raised by confiscatory processes and illegal rules combined with fiscal persecution. "Initially, just the Kattubadies and their pals were involved in the uprising. However, when a large number of peasants from lower social classes joined narasimha Reddy in seizing the Tahsildar and expelling all government employees, it turned into a massive uprising in which peasants and members of other lower social classes played a notable role "Reddy made note.

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