Jawaharlal Nehru (also addressed as Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru or Panditji) was born in Allahabad, India on November 14, 1889. In the year 1919, he joined the Indian National Congress and Mahatma Gandhi’s freedom development. In 1947 when he was coroneted as the Prime Minister of India, Pakistan was declared as a free nation for Muslims. The British pulled back dividing the nation into two parts and Nehru wound up as India’s first PM. He lost his life on May 27, 1964, in New Delhi, India.\
Jawaharlal Nehru’s dad Motial Nehru was a famous legal advisor. He went to England for his higher education where he earned a distinctions degree in natural science. He later examined law at the Inner Temple in London before returning home to India in 1912 and providing legal counsel for a long time. After four years, Nehru wedded Kamala Kaul and their daughter Indira Priyadarshini was conceived in 1917.
While traveling through a train in the year 1919, Jawaharlal Nehru overheard a British Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer bragging about the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter which resulted in the death of at least 379 individuals and over 1,200 injured when the British military open fired on unarmed Indians having a peaceful meeting. After hearing his words, Nehru promised to fight against the British and lead India toward its independence.
Nehru joined the Indian National Congress, one of India’s most noteworthy political party. Nehru was profoundly affected by the party’s leader, Mahatma Gandhi.
Jawaharlal Nehru History start when he was first imprisoned in 1921 and he was imprisoned for nine times in the next 24 years.
Walking Toward Indian Independence
In 1928, following the battle of Indian independence from British Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru was named the leader of the Indian National Congress. The following year, Nehru drove the noteworthy session at Lahore that broadcasted complete independence from British rule as India’s political objective.
After the death of his dad in 1931, Nehru gets more engaged in the upbringing of the Congress Party.
World War II
At the beginning of World War II in September 1939, British emissary Lord Linlithgow submitted India to the war exertion without counselling the provincial ministries. Jawaharlal Nehru was imprisoned once again while leading Gandhi’s civil disobedience movement.
Nehru spent barely a year in prison and was discharged three days before Pearl Harbor was bombarded by the Japanese.
Jawaharlal Nehru was released from a 3-year imprisonment in 1945. In just 2 years after his release, India has gained its freedom from British rule separating the nation in two independent countries.
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