Remembering the first Prime Minister Pandit Nehru on his death anniversary

Remembering the first Prime Minister Pandit Nehru on his death anniversary

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first and longest prime minister of independent India, remembering his death anniversary. Pandit Nehru was a great fighter of the Indian freedom struggle against British rule. He believed in democracy, secularism, and socialism.

In the year 1955, Pandit Nehru was honoured with the highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna of India. Pandit Nehru took command of the country when the country was undergoing epidemics like starvation, poverty, and illiteracy.

He set up the Planning Commission to bring the country on the development path after independence. Their policies led to a new era of agriculture and industry in the country. Pandit Nehru is called the creator of modern India. He encouraged the development of science and technology in the country.

The establishment of a parliamentary government and the idea of non-alignment

Panditji had given the idea of the establishment of a parliamentary government and non-alignment. He was the Prime Minister of India from 1947 till his death till 1964. An important person in national politics, Nehru earned a lot of respect both nationally and internationally. Pandit Nehru, born at Prayagraj (first Allahabad) on 14th November 1889, passed away on 27th May 1964 at the age of 74 years.

Pandit Nehru was a great politician and influential speaker as well as a great writer. His writings are prevalent in the Glimpse of World History, India and the World, the Discovery of India, and the biography ‘ Toward Freedom ‘. The Discovery of India is the most prevalent book in all these books. The book was composed in the Ahmednagar jail in 1944.