First PM of India, Shri Jawaharla Nehru -
First PM of India, Shri Jawaharla Nehru
Posted 27 May 2019 04:47 PM

Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was born in Allabahad on November 14, 1889. He got his initial education at home under private coaches. At fifteen years old, he went to England and after two years at Harrow, then he joined Cambridge University where he took his tripos in Natural Sciences. He was later called to the Bar from Inner Temple. He came back to India in 1912 and dove straight into legislative issues. Indeed, even as an student, he had been keen on the battle of all countries who suffered under foreign domination. He checked out the Sinn Fein Movement in Ireland. In India, he was unavoidably drawn into the battle for freedom.

In 1912, he went to the Bankipore Congress as an delegate, and moved toward becoming Secretary of the Home Rule League, Allahabad in 1919. In 1916 he had his first gathering with Mahatma Gandhi and felt enormously enlivened by him. He composed the first Kisan March in Pratapgarh District of Uttar Pradesh in 1920. He was twice detained regarding the Non-Cooperation Movement of 1920-22.

Pt. Nehru turned into the General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee in September 1923. He visited Italy, Switzerland, England, Belgium, Germany and Russia in 1926. In Belgium, he went to the Congress of Oppressed Nationalities in Brussels as an official agent of the Indian National Congress. He additionally went to the tenth commemoration festivities of the October Socialist Revolution in Moscow in 1927. Prior, in 1926, at the Madras Congress, Nehru had been instrumental in submitting the Congress to the objective of Independence. While driving a parade against the Simon commission, he was lathi-charged in Lucknow in 1928. On August 29, 1928 he went to the All-Party Congress and was one of the signatories to the Nehru Report on Indian Constitutional Reform, named after his dad Shri Motilal Nehru. That year, he additionally established the 'Autonomy for India League', which pushed total severance of the British association with India, and turned into its General Secretary.

In 1929, Pt. Nehru was chosen President of the Lahore Session of the Indian National Congress, where complete autonomy for the nation was received as the objective. He was detained a few times amid 1930-35 regarding the Salt Satyagraha and different developments propelled by the Congress. He finished his 'Self-portrayal' in Almora Jail on February 14, 1935. After discharge, he traveled to Switzerland to see his sick spouse and visited London in February-March, 1936. He additionally visited Spain in July 1938, when the nation was in the tosses of Civil War. Just under the steady gaze of the court-break of the Second World War, he visited China as well.

On October 31, 1940 Pt. Nehru was captured for offering singular Satyagraha to challenge India's constrained investment in war. He was discharged alongside different pioneers in December 1941. On August 7, 1942 Pt. Nehru moved the notable 'Quit India' goals at the A.I.C.C. session in Bombay. On August 8,1942 he was captured alongside different pioneers and taken to Ahmednagar Fort. This was his longest and furthermore his last confinement. On the whole, he endured detainment multiple times. After his discharge in January 1945, he sorted out lawful safeguard for those officers and men of the INA accused of injustice. In March 1946, Pt. Nehru visited South East Asia. He was chosen President of the Congress for the fourth time on July 6, 1946 and again for three additional terms from 1951 to 1954.

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