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Passage Reading and English Comprehension

Lal Bahadur Shastri

Lal Bahadur Shastri was born on 2nd October 1904 in Mughalsarai. It is situated on the southern bank of Ganga. Kashi and Varanasi are on the northern bank. He belonged to a poor family. He had his primary education at Mughalsarai and school education at Varanasi. In 1921, he joined the Non-Cooperation Movement of Gandhiji and left his education. Laterhe became a Shastri from a national institute, Kashi Vidyapeeth.

He was an active congress worker and rose to be the General Secretary of the party. He joined Union Cabinet as Railway Minister and Home Minister. He was a man of principle. When there was a train accident, Shastriji resigned as Railway Minister.

On Nehru's death on 27th May, 1964 Shatriji was made the Prime Minister of India. India was then facing food shortage. America proposed hard consitions for help. So, to fight food shortage he asked his countrymen to keep fast once a week.

Pakistan attacked India in 1965. Shastriji faced the situation boldly and ordered counter attack. Our army marched ahead into Pak territory. Pakistan was forced to accept peace. Peace Treaty between India and Pakistan was signed on 11th January, 1966 at Tashkent (USSR). The same night, Shastriji died due to massive heart attack.

To inspire the farmers to produce more and to inspire the soldiers to fight for the country, he honoured them with the Slogan "Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan". He fought at two fronts-food shortage and foreign invasion, and won at both.

On the basis of your reading of the above passage fill in the blanks with suitable words:

3121. When and where was Lal Bahadur Shastri born?

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3122. Which two fronts he had to fight? What was the result?

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3123. When and where did he die?

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3124. Why he did not continue his education?

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3125. What was his famous slogan?

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