Why did the Permanent Settlement of Bengal of Lord Cornwallis prove oppressive to the tenants?

Options :
  1. As they were forced to produce more
  2. As they were exploited by the zamindars
  3. As they were asked to pay yearly revenue in advance
  4. As they were asked to pay under military pressure
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Answer: Option 2


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