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Nehru Didnt Even Spare Gandhi In Intellectual Combat: Book – Claim in Book: Pt. Nehru did not spare even Mahatma Gandhi in intellectual war, book can spark new debate

PTI, New Delhi

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Sun, 21 Nov 2021 05:41 PM IST

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This is stated in the book ‘Nehru: The Debates that Defined India’ by Tripuradaman Singh and Adil Hussain. It has been said that during debates with opponents, Pt. Nehru used to give shape to his own views as well as give his side.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (file photo).
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A new book has come about the relationship between the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and the country’s first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. It has been claimed that Pt. Nehru did not even spare Gandhiji during his intellectual battles with his political opponents and allies.

This is stated in the book ‘Nehru: The Debates that Defined India’ by Tripuradaman Singh and Adil Hussain. It has been said that during debates with opponents, Pt. Nehru used to give shape to his own views as well as give his side.

Sharing the stage, Pt. Nehru sternly expressed his opinion in discussions with other politicians and intellectuals, who considered themselves to be his counterparts and companions. In this ideological open forum, Pt. Nehru had to clash with his political opponents such as Mohammed Ali Jinnah of the Muslim League, Syama Prasad Mookerjee of the Hindu Mahasabha, but also with other allies such as the Congress leader Sardar Patel, from whom he often met. Used to disagree.

The book states that it was a challenge that Nehru took up with enthusiasm. Pt Nehru fought for his ideas while interacting with his opponents, debating with them and trying to bring about a change in their attitude. During this time he also formed his own ideas. It has been claimed in the book that in this intellectual battle, Pt. Nehru did not leave even Mahatma Gandhi. However, he did not openly clash with his mentor Mahatma Gandhi.

The book states that after a debate with Pandit Nehru on the Quit India Movement, Gandhi told the then Viceroy Lord Linlithgow that he (Nehru) had the ability to hold debates for several days at a time.

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A new book has come about the relationship between the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and the country’s first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. It has been claimed that Pt. Nehru did not even spare Gandhiji during his intellectual battles with his political opponents and allies.

This is stated in the book ‘Nehru: The Debates that Defined India’ by Tripuradaman Singh and Adil Hussain. It has been said that during debates with opponents, Pt. Nehru used to give shape to his own views as well as give his side.

Sharing the stage, Pt. Nehru sternly expressed his opinion in discussions with other politicians and intellectuals, who considered themselves to be his counterparts and companions. In this ideological open forum, Pt. Nehru had to clash with his political opponents such as Mohammed Ali Jinnah of the Muslim League, Syama Prasad Mookerjee of the Hindu Mahasabha, but also with other allies such as the Congress leader Sardar Patel, from whom he often met. Used to disagree.

The book states that it was a challenge that Nehru took up with enthusiasm. Pt Nehru fought for his ideas while interacting with his opponents, debating with them and trying to bring about a change in their attitude. During this time he also formed his own ideas. It has been claimed in the book that in this intellectual battle, Pt. Nehru did not leave even Mahatma Gandhi. However, he did not openly clash with his mentor Mahatma Gandhi.

The book states that after a debate with Pandit Nehru on the Quit India Movement, Gandhi told the then Viceroy Lord Linlithgow that he (Nehru) had the ability to hold debates for several days at a time.

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