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Lal Bahadur Shastri
Lal Bahadur Shastri was the Second Prime Minister of the Republic of India.. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Green Revolution Campaign
During his Prime Ministership, he had involved in maintaining as well as enhancing the Indian economy through his great policies. He made his own policies for enhancing the Indian economy as well as continued the socialist economic policies of the former prime minister. He had promoted the most famous national campaign of increasing the supply and production of milk called White Revolution through supporting various dairy companies like Amul milk co operative of Anand of Gujarat and setting up the National Dairy Development Board.

His great involvement to the management of chronic food shortage all over the India can never be forgotten. He had requested to the Indian people to give up their one meal of the day on their own will in order to save some food for the people living in the affected area of food shortage. He had promoted the Green Revolution campaign (by creating his slogan Jai Jawan Jai Kisan) all over the India in order to boost up the food production all across the India during the food shortage during 22 days long Indo Pak war of 1965.


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