Few Lines about Lal Bahadur Shastri
Yug Purush Lal Bahadur Shastri can be born as an ordinary person or in ordinary circumstances and environment, and to achieve Bhanasadharan H Yuga Purushach, it is possible to have four fathers. The name of the person who performed the green miracle is Lal Bahadur Pledge Samaharlal Nehru GK was the second Prime Minister of India to be killed suddenly on 27 May 1961. He was sworn in as the Prime Minister on 9 June 1964.
short essay on Lal Bahadur Shastri
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri was born on 2 October 1904 in the small village of Mughalsarai in Varanasi district. His father Sharada Prasad, who works as a general teacher, went to heaven by orphaning that child only at the age of one and a half years.
Mother Smt. Ramdulari took care of her as she did. He completed his primary education in a school in Varanasi under very poor and difficult conditions. At the call of Gandhiji, leaving school education at the age of seventeen only, he jumped into the freedom struggle.
After cutting jail for two and a half years, he entered Kashi Vidyapeeth and started studying again. It was from here that he received the title of 'Shastri' and from then on he became known as Lal Bahadur Shastri.
Here he studied 'Sanskrit' and 'Darshan' for four years.
The life of Shri Shastri was a great struggle. His heart was full of compassion for the poor. He also had a special contribution in Harijan revival.
He was elected a member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly in 1937 AD. But first in 1940 and then in 1942, he was arrested and put in jail.
He went to jail about eighteen times in his lifetime. Later in 1947, when a new and independent cabinet was formed under the leadership of Pant ji, then Shastri ji was given the post of Home Minister in it.
In 1951, Pt. Nehru invited him to Delhi for the work of the Congress in the general elections, seeing Mr. Shastri's duty and competence.
Thereafter, in 1956-57, he was elected a member of the Lok Sabha from the urban area of Allahabad. In the new cabinet, Nehru made him Minister of Communications and Transport.
Shri Shastri ji was an honest and hard working person. His nature was calm, serious, soft and demure.
That is why he remained the true heart-emperor of the people. We got even more of his unique abilities and great leadership during the 1965 India-Pakistan war.
He was a man of unique understanding. Under his successful leadership, India defeated Pakistan.
This incident increased the confidence of the public and Shastri ji became ingrained in the hearts of the people. In fact, they were the era men who left their mark in every field.
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