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Late. Lal Bhadur Shastri


Late. Lal Bahadur Shastri , 2 October 1904 – 11 January 1966) was the 2nd Prime Minister of the Republic of India and a leader of Indian Freedom movement.
Shastri ji joined the Indian independence movement in the 1920s. Deeply impressed and influenced by Mahatma Gandhi (with whom he shared his birthday), he became a loyal follower, first of Gandhi, and then of Jawaharlal Nehru. Following independence in 1947, he joined the latter's government and became one of Prime Minister Nehru's principal , first as Railways Minister (1951–56), and then in a variety of other functions, including Home Minister.
He led the country during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965. His slogan of "Jai Jawan Jai Kisan" ("Hail the soldier, Hail the farmer") became very popular during the war and is remembered even today. The war formally ended with the Tashkent Agreement of 10 January 1966.

Late. V. P. Singh


Vishwanath Pratap Singh (25 June 1931 – 27 November 2008), was an Indian politician and government official, the 7th Prime Minister of India from 1989 to 1990. Singh is known for trying to improve the lot of India's lower castes as a Prime Minister.
Singh was born in a Rajput zamindar family ruling the Manda estate on 25 June 1931. He obtained his education from Colonel Brown Cambridge School, Dehra Dun and studied at Allahabad and Pune universities.
Singh became a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh in 1969 as a member of the Congress Party. He got elected to the Lok Sabha in 1971 and was appointed a Deputy Minister of Commerce by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1974. He served as the Minister of Commerce in 1976–77.
He was appointed by Indira Gandhi as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1980, when Gandhi was re-elected after the Janata interlude. As Chief Minister (1980–82), he cracked down hard on dacoity, a problem that was particularly severe in the rural districts of the south-west Uttar Pradesh. He received much favourable national publicity when he offered to resign following a self-professed failure to stamp out the problem, and again when he personally oversaw the surrender of some of the most feared dacoits of the area in 1983.
He resumed his post as Minister of Commerce in 1983. Singh was responsible for managing the coalition of the Left and BJP against Rajiv Gandhi to dethrone him in the 1989 elections. He is remembered for the important role that he played in 1989 that changed the course of Indian politics by becoming the Prime Minister of India and making the backwards and Dalits eligible for electoral politics. Unlike other Prime Ministers who came after him and made compromises, Singh acted boldly in many matters. He took a firm position regarding issues of corruption and anything damaging the secular fabric of the Indian state.

Shri. Rishipal Ambawata


Rishipal Ambawata was born on 1st July 1962 in the jaunapur, Delhi in the house of the farmer. From his early age he became a young farmer. While working as a farmer he came across the hardship and injustice currently farmers are facing in many ways. Seeing the alarming condition of Indian Farmers he stood up to fight for the rights and justice of poor farmer. Ever since he has been working to help and support farmers.
Even in his life, he is associated with the unified state of affairs with common people. Economic and emotionally contributing to the poorer people by taking part in the work and taking part in the work. Concerned about his work, he is a prominent farmer leader in the public mind.

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