Jawaharlal Nehru: Role in Freedom Struggle

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Anmol Publications Pvt. Limited, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 279 pages
In The Long-Drawn Political Struggle For Complete Independence Of The Subcontinent Jawaharlal Nehru S Contribution Is Most Significant. Not Taken Any Interest In The Legal Practice After His Law Degree From England, He Jointed The Freedom Struggle Under The Leadership Of Mahatma Gandhi. In His Formative Years, The Ghastly And Gruesome Tragedy In The Jallianwala Bagh At Amritsar Greatly Touched Upon His Sensitive Mind Which Made Him To Formulate An Anti-Raj Stance In The Coming Three Decades.The Coming Years Were Most Hectic For Nehru And Several Other Leaders Who Were Busy In Three Major Movements In Our Country. His Anti-Raj Stance Tinged With Sincere Identification With Numerous Causes Of The Masses Of India Won For Him Spontaneous Respect From One And All, In Fact After The Lahore Congress, 1929, He Assumed The Leadership Of The Congress Along With Mahatma Gandhi Who Showered His Love And Respect For Him In The Later Years. Thus After A Long Struggle For Independence, He Was The Natural Choice To Head The Interim Government In 1946.

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