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Consider the following statements in context with the Kuka Movement: 1. Kuka refers to a tribe of the North west Frontier Province of present Pakistan 2. This movement originated mainly to seek purification of the Sikhism 3. Jawar Mal and Ram Singh were two leaders of this movement Which among the above statements is / are correct?

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