During the days of East India Company, the then Governor General Edward Law (Ellenborough), appointed Sir Charles Napier to fulfill a very specific, after sometime when Charles Napier was successful in his assignment he sent out a post to the Governor General to inform him of the success. Charles Napier wrote in that post a single word “Peccavi” which was enough for the Governor General to understand that the work was done. What could have been the message there?
Charles Napier had conquered Sindh. “Peccavi” Latin for “I have sinned”—i.e “I have Sindh”
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