Indira Nehru Gandhi was born on November 19, 1917 in her grandfather's house in Allahabad, in northern India. She was born to Jawaharlal Nehru ( father ) and Kamala Kaul ( mother ). The Independence movement filled young Indira's life. One of her earliest political memories was one of attending court at age four. Being the only child of the family, her childhood was somewhat lonely.
Indira’s political career started at age of 12. She was the founder and leader of the Monkey Brigade, which was a group of youngsters whose purpose was to help end British control in India. As the leader she relayed information to the children of the group who then went out and warned the people who were going to be arrested by the British. The Indian National Congress was well aware of the Monkey Brigade, and one of the most important actions of the Monkey Brigade was carried out by Indira herself. The Congress was organizing a civil disobedience movement and after the meeting all the papers with the plans were pla
During her political career, Indira tried her best at improving the lives of her nations people. The two body guards were part of the Sikh people. In the year, of 1938 Indira joined the National congress party. Luckily, the police officer let her go. This position was the fourth highest ranking position in the Cabinet. After Shastri died in 1966, Indira entered the race to become the Prime Minister of India and won that election. Unfortunately, in 1975 Indira was found guilty of violating election laws. She believed that dictatorship was good for India. This led her to declaring a state of emergency and also led to the arrest of the main opposition leaders. Indira begged him not to because "the inspection would make her late for school". ced into the trunk of a car which Indira was instructed to drive. She regained the title of Prime Minister in 1980. Before the car was ready however, a police officer asked to inspect the car. But, she proved them all wrong and became one of the strongest leaders known to India.