Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India. His Prime-Minister-ship was marked by societal and economic reforms of the Indian province. A figure of foreign policy landmarks like the initiation of the Non-Aligned Movement besides marked the term of office of Jawaharlal Nehru as Prime Minister. Jawaharlal Nehru became Prime Minister on the 15th of August 1947. His Ascension was plagued by contention and a acrimonious power battle within the Congress Party. The internal battle of the party was diagnostic of the larger battle within the Indian Republic itself. The initial period of Jawaharlal Nehru as Prime Minister was marked by communal force.
Jawaharlal Nehru was forced to profess the creative activity of Pakistan as per the wants of the Muslim League leader the leading of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Communal force enveloped the full state during this period. Maximum bloodshed was witnessed in the national capital Delhi. The Indian provinces of Punjab and West Bengal besides witnessed ferocious gores.
The first Prime Minister tried to defuse the explosive state of affairs by sing the force affected countries. He toured the public violence afflicted countries with Pakistani leaders to reassure those affected by the force. Nehru promoted peace in Punjab during that momentous period in Indian history. The secular nature of Jawaharlal Nehru was best exemplified during those times. He took active stairss to safeguard the position of Indian Muslims.
The first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was one of the first Indian policymakers to understand the importance of bungalow industries in the Indian economic system. The development of such little graduated table industries infused much needed production efficiency into the rural Indian economic system. The Bungalow Industries besides helped the agricultural workers to hold a better quality of life. This is due to the extra net incomes generated by the agriculture community.