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When was the Red Revolution completed?
A. $ {1^{st}}October1949 $
B. $ {12^{th}}November1949 $
C $ {27^{th}}November1949 $
D. $ {25^{th}}December1949 $

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Hint: Revolutions in India marked the beginning of a completely new era in various fields such as agriculture. Most of the revolutions were related to only one field. The Red Revolution was related to the production of Meat and tomato.

Complete answer:
Vishal Tewari is considered the father of the red revolution because he was the person who started the revolution. The Red Revolution is a revolution which is related to the production of tomato and meat.
Mao-Tse-Tung is the person who has completed the Red Revolution successfully and after that Chinese people’s rule was declared. The Revolution was started in India in the $ 1980s $ .
Mao-Tse-Tung was the person who completed the Red revolution successfully on $ {1^{st}}October1949 $ and after that, the Chinese people rule was declared.

Significance of the revolutions:
I. These kinds of innovations in agriculture have lifted up millions of people out of poverty and help them in generating rural income opportunities for farmers, laborers, and also reduced prices for consumers.
II. India has leveled up with the help of these kinds of revolutions.
III. Also these revolutions help in providing income and employment to women leading to women empowerment helping lakhs of people to come out of poverty.
Iv. Also, the Red revolution helped to boost up the production of tomatoes, and meat.
V. These revolutions not only help the persons who are directly related to the production but also to the person who is indirectly related to it.

Hence, the correct answer is option (A).

Note: Let us discuss major revolutions and with what it is related:
Blue Revolution: Related with Fish Production
Black Revolution: Related with Petroleum Production
Green Revolution: Related with Agriculture Production
Round Revolution: Related with Potato Production