Chaudhary Charan Singh

Daughter of Chaudhary Charan Singh

Vedvati Singh
Satyavati Solanki
Sharda Singh
Gyanvati Singh

Father of Chaudhary Charan Singh

Chaudhary Mir Singh

Son of Chaudhary Charan Singh

Ajit Singh

wife of Chaudhary Charan Singh

Gayatri Devi

Information about Chaudhary Charan Singh

Did Chaudhary Charan Singh drink alcohol ?: No  On 28 July 1979, Chaudhary Charan Singh was sworn in as the fifth Prime Minister of independent India and played an important role in the fall of Morarji Desai 's government, but he could not hold the post for long.  Charan Singh was born into a Jat family of Uttar Pradesh.  On 29 November 1985, he died of a serious brain stroke disease.  Six years after the birth of Charan Singh, his father's family settled in Bhupagadi near Jani Khurd in Nurpur.  In 1930, taking part in the "Civil Disobedience Movement" run by Mahatma Gandhi , he decided to break the salt law.  Chaudhary Charan Singh opposed the Soviet-based economic reforms of Nehru, as he believed that cooperatively done farming could not succeed in India.  Did Chaudhary Charan Singh smoke ?: No  In the year 1929, he joined the Indian independence movement and formed the Congress Party in Ghaziabad.  In the year 1940, he was arrested during the Satyagraha and released in October 1941.  In the year 1954, he passed the Uttar Pradesh Land Conservation Act Act in the interest of farmers.  On 29 May 1990, a postage stamp was issued by the Government of India on the third death anniversary of Chaudhary Charan Singh.  On 9 August 1942, he began secretly preparing the organization of revolutionaries in the villages of "Quit India" and during the August Revolution, Ghaziabad, Hapur, Meerut, Mawana, Sarathna, Bulandshahr.  After the resolution of Purna Swaraj was passed in the Lahore session of the Congress, young Chaudhary Charan Singh decided to go into politics.  On the strength of his strong will, he accepted the resignations of 27000 Patwaris of the state and created a new recruitment for the post of 'Lekhpal', to free the farmers from the Patwari terror. 

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