Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi | Biography & Facts

Indira Gandhi
Former Prime Minister of India

Born: 19 November 1917, Prayagraj

Assassinated: 31 October 1984, New Delhi

Parents: Jawaharlal Nehru, Kamala Nehru ()

Spouse: Feroze Gandhi (m. 1942–1960)

Children: Rajiv Gandhi, Sanjay Gandhi

Monuments: Shakti sthal

Cause of Death: Assassination (Ballistic trauma)

Indira Gandhi (Former Prime Minister of India)

Indira Gandhi: India’s first and only female prime minister till now Center of Indian National Congress Indira Gandhi from 1966 to 1977 And later again from 1980 to 1984, he served the country Indira Gandhi was second in terms of India’s longest prime minister She has been the only woman ever to hold the office of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was the daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister.

Indira served as the chief minister of the nation-level organization of her father from 1947-to 1964 Given his contribution, he was made the President of the National Congress in 1959 After the death of his father in 1964, Indira Ji left the struggle to become the leader of the Congress Party And the resolve of Lal Bahadur Shastri to become a cabinet minister After the death of Shastri, Congress President Indira Gandhi defeated Morarji Desai in the assembly elections And became India’s first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, along with her political cruelty as prime minister.

She joined them in the fight for the independence of Pakistan From which Pakistan achieved victory and Bangladesh was created Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency from 1975 to 1977 And in order to implement it in all the states also ordered In 1984, when she was ordered Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar of Punjab Then she was killed by his learning bodyguard.

 

Early life and rise to prominence

Indira Gandhi Early life
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Indira Gandhi was born in the Kashmiri Pandit family on November 19, 1917 in Allahabad Her father was Jawaharlal Nehru, a great politician Those who fought for freedom from the British fought at the political level Those who fought for freedom from the British fought at the political level.

Indira was the only daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru Indira’s childhood was full of annoyance and loneliness Because of his father being political, he has been living outside the house for several days and either in jail Indira had very little relationship with her father Most of those letters used to behave Indira ji was taught mostly at home.

The students of Modern School, St. Susilia and St. Mary Christian’s Convent School, Allahabad have lived in Delhi Along with also Ecole International, Geneva, Ecole Nouvelle, Baks And pupils on school, Pune and Bombay have also been a student Later she went to the University of Bharti College of Shantiniketan to study And at the time of his interview, Rabindranath Tagore named him Priyadarshini And since then, Indira was recognized as Priyadarshini Nehru A year later.

She left the university because of his mother’s illness and went to Europe It is said that she completed her studies from Oxford University In Europe, Indira ji was surrounded by a major disease Many times the doctor used to come and visit She wanted to recover as soon as possible so that he could pay attention to her studies When the Nazi army was rapidly defeating Europe at that time Indira was studying there Indira ji made several attempts to come from Portugal to England.

In 1941 She came to England and returned to India without completing his studies there Later her university honors her degree In 2010, Oxford honored her by taking her name among 10 ideal students Indira was an ideal woman of Asia at Oxford University By the end of 1950, Indira ji served as the president of the Congress Party She also tried to make Kerala state separate but in 1959 the government rejected it Indira Ji wanted to create a communist government After his father’s death in 1964, he was appointed a member of the Rajya Sabha.

She later became a member of Lal Bahadur Shastri’s cabinet and became a minister of information campaign Indira Gandhi was a patriot the country’s service was full of ciphers She always said, “YOU SHOULD LEARN TO BE STABLE AT THE TIME OF ACTIVITY AND BE ACTIVE AT REST’’ It means that one should do it with a conscious mind while doing any work Being active in life As well as, Relaxation is also needed So that we can make our brain more active.

 Indira Gandhi 1930 Civil Law Breaking movement to help the volunteers of the time Congress Established the ‘Vanar Sena’ of small children In 1942 in the ‘Chale Jaav’ protest due to joining the jail punishment In 1955 National Congress Working Committee And in 1959 she was elected to the Presidency of the National Congress In 1964 After the death of Pandit Nehruji, Lal Bahadur Shastri became the Prime Minister of India During his tenure, Indira Gandhi took over as the Minister of Information and Improvement Accounts.

In 1966 After the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira ji was elected for the post of Prime Minister On the map of Hindustan, She was honored to be the first woman Prime Minister In 1969, The leadership of the old Congress leaders, due to a crack in the Congress party Syndicate Congress And Indira Gandhi led by Indicate Congress born of such two parties In the same year, She started the implementation of progressive and philanthropic schemes with great power Nationalization of the country’s fourteen largest banks And institutional Decided to cancel the payment.

Military aid was sent to liberate the suffering people in East Bengal of Pakistan who repeatedly attacked India India made India and Pakistan two pieces each by ‘Bangladesh’ and Pakistan Prior to that, Indira Gandhi, keeping in mind the good relations of Pakistan with America Cleverly signed in 1971 a twenty years historical friendship And mutual cooperation agreement Considering their unusual performance, the President In 1971, She was honored by providing ‘Bharat Ratna’ the highest civilian honor In 1972.

Indiraji presented his handiwork by making the ‘Shimla Agreement’ from Pakistan In 1975, the Allahabad High Court Electing of Lok Sabha from Indiraji’s Rae Bareli constituency was considered inefficient Indira Gandhi introduced the emergency in 1975 But India’s democracy public was upset because of that Congress lost its Lok Sabha election in 1977 This resulted in such an outcome of the Janata Party, And due to the fight of party elements in the government.

In the 1980 election, the Congress won a spectacular victory in the Lok Sabha elections And Indiraji once again became the Prime Minister In 1982, She was an important part of the successful organizing of the 9th Asian Games in Delhi By taking military action, the anti-national terrorists have to be killed Some people got angry with this incident.

The result of this was on 31 October 1984 Satwant Singh and Beant Singh shot these bodyguards killed Indira ji She died on October 31, 1984 “INDIA’S CITIZENSHIP IS A COMMON CITIZENSHIP IF THERE IS A DANGER FOR A SINGLE CITIZEN WHETHER IT BELONGS TO A COMMUNITY, RACE, RELIGION OR LANGUAGE GROUP SO THAT DANGER IS FOR ALL OF US AND THE WORST THING IS THAT THIS SITUATION REDUCES OUR REPUTATION” It was to say that Indira Gandhi.

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