Jawaharlal Nehru India’s first and longest serving Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, was a visionary. After participating in a long struggle for independence from the British, Nehru, who was called Pandit Nehru, a reference to his Kashmiri Pandit community, had a firm belief in the nation’s construction, as he understood Were trying to destine the young Indian nation.
Jawaharlal Nehru, A foreign-educated barrister and a close confidant of Mahatma Gandhi,
he came as close as anyone or, ever, to becoming a public prince. He was the elected political heir of Mahatma Gandhi, and the first elected Prime Minister of India. After the death of Vallabhbhai Patel in 1950, he worked with his colleagues in the Congress. His theory of India, run by educational institutions, steel plants and dams, was widely shared
He was seen as a brave man, who fought against the chauvinists
As an innocent man, who had to spend several years in prison for freedom. And above all as an insight. Its appeal has traditionally been opposed to the lower caste and upper caste, and to the general public
Nehru felt that the country was associated with the loose confederation of the empires, which, in loyalty to both the British, as well as opposition to them, needed to leverage their skills and energy to a national channel. that work hard which will help build India Truly a democratic nation where every citizen matters
was to make India a self-sufficient economy. As a result, it established temples of modern education and theocratic public industries that serve the needs of a growing nation and its people Their efforts to create a scientific mood can be seen in the enthusiasm of establishing higher education centers
industrial powerhouse, a knowledgeable partner, globally respected military power and technology and space innovator should go to Nehru. That it has established a strong foundation on which organizations build themselves with strong and focused goals.
To better understand Nehru, one needs to look to his other side, where he calls children or ‘future citizens’. Received by children as Uncle (Uncle) Nehru, his birthday is celebrated on November 14 as a child
Looking back, we can see that Nehru was at a point where he confronted those who had empowered him with education Despite Western education, his perfect sense of right and wrong and his Indian upbringing gave him the opportunity to join the Congress party and join his party in the Independence Congress After becoming his prime minister, he maintained, without fear and favor, the same distance from both the superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, even charting an unconnected course for the Panchal’s policy-oriented country
An ardent socialist, he signed a Panchal Agreement between China and India that would serve as the five guiding principles of the relationship between the two sovereign nations Not surprisingly, when the Chinese invaded India, they still felt betrayed when they spoke of ‘Hindi-Chinese brothers and sisters’. An inferior Indian army fought the wave of Chinese troops, fought bravely and paid a heavy price.
Nehru’s intricate upbringing of India’s democracy emerges during his troubled birth and childhood. Scholars believe that democracies cannot be established at low income levels Thus, India’s demographic longevity is unique. This is probably due to the country which is running a famous colonial movement. More importantly, though Nehru is powerful, he did not abolish the pre-independence justification. In fact, it solidified it to the last root and set the agenda for comprehensive development. Nehru understood and acted upon it.
During his 17 years as prime minister, Nehru influenced the Indian political process as a number. But he never imposed his political will and always listened to what others had to say. Although not in favor of linguistic states, it remained in the public interest. He did not choose the Chief Minister, but at the state level, he allowed the party organization to select its leaders When the courts challenged their land reform programs, instead of criticizing the judges, it chose to make constitutional amendments. Nehru wanted a healthy political debate.
Jawaharlal Nehru In 1952, during the first Indian general election, about 17 175 million voted. Since three-quarters of the citizens were illiterate, candidates were given symbols such as bicycles, lanterns, lamps, animals, flowers and daily use It was a six-month process where deputies boarded camels, took boats, and even traveled to remote corners for election work The general elections in 1957 and 1962 deepened the legitimacy of the electoral process on Indian consciousness.
Preparing democracy was hard work, as Sripatti Gopal, Jawaharlal Nehru expert, Sirat Nigar recalled: “During the years of his prime minister, he received about 2,000 letters every day … Nehru four to five hours every night. Writing the answers. “And those were the years when the Prime Minister in twenty-four hours, was barely eating like a private meal with breakfast.” Such was the commitment
Today, citizens gladly point to the various weaknesses of Indian democracy but the democratic republic and independence we can enjoy as a sovereign democratic republic was not possible without Nehru’s unwavering association with such institutions. This is a lasting legacy. Otherwise, power does not touch all segments of the people and will create our broad-based democracy.
It spoke of poverty imposed on India by the imperialists. As a result, leaders who inherited leadership had to deal with centuries of neglect. But, helping them lead was a vision. For example, when Nehru was making his first visit to the United States as prime minister some members of his cabinet suggested that he ask the country to eat at home to cope with shortages. with a beggar’s cup. We have to resolve the issue ourselves.
Sachlaj was flagged off in 1954 on Bhakra – the Ningal Bahaddasi river valley project India’s first and the world’s largest dam. Nehru inaugurated the completed project, calling it “the largest and most sacred” of India’s modern shrines. General Chat Chat Lounge
believed that only large-scale industrialization could really change the economy and help India as a player on a global scale and help its citizens
In his presidential address at the 1951 Congress meeting in New Delhi, he clarified his point of view:
“The only way to build for the future is to save something every year and use that savings to make some kind of progress This includes agriculture, more river valley projects, more factories, more housing Higher education or better education – health services – our resources are limited and the maximum we can hope to save has been identified in this project. Due to this resource constraint, we have to work hard at every step. Choice has to be made and priorities become important