Jawaharlal Nehru who had happened to be an second in command while India’s struggle for freedom begin. The children lover was also an an architect for modern India. The man who laid down the foundation for the modern India passed away fifty years ago on May 27,1964. His struggle was much bigger as the war for India’s struggle went for long time. Even after independence the struggle for unified India was really difficult as already separated state of India have been trying to be an independent country even the difficulty in North by Pakistan which was looking to capture Kashmir was an big blow for his leadership.
Nehru who led India’s foreign policy he also built the India’s foreign policy. The policy which was quite consisting of three main pillars: Getting involved cold war between US and Soviet Union. This made a bridge a trust between the Soviet and India.
A long time before he turned out to be free India’s Foreign Minister, Nehru turned into the representative everywhere of the nation, as yet battling for flexibility. Amid a visit to Berlin toward the end of 1926, Nehru came to realize that a Congress of Oppressed Nationalities would be held at Brussels in February one year from now. He induced the Congress initiative to name him as the gathering’s illustrative to the Brussels Congress.
Nehru actualized arrangements taking into account import substitution industrialization and supported a blended economy where the administration controlled open area would exist together with the private sector. He trusted that the foundation of essential and overwhelming industry was crucial to the advancement and modernization of the Indian economy. The administration accordingly coordinated venture fundamentally into key open part businesses – steel, iron, coal, and control – advancing their improvement with endowments and protectionist strategy.
Nehru pronounced that India’s monetary approach must be founded on an empathetic viewpoint and must not give up men for cash. In this manner, the approach was communist in inclining and gave India a blended economy and five-year arranges. He depicted the dams and control plants as `Modern Temples’, which are fundamental for the country’s monetary advancement.
There was nobody in the nation that could contend with Nehru in buckling down. He worked consistently till the exact second of his demise. Not just for a day or two year in and year out, he took after the same hard schedule. It was he who gave the trademark of “Aram Haram Hai” to the country.