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It was Nehru's desire that Lal Bahadur should continue as minister. But he did not agree. He insisted on giving up office. Nehru had to agree. Lal Bahadur never thought that the country could not survive if he was not a minister. Besides, power never went to head and corrupted him.

But he could not remain out of government for long. Five months after he resigned Nehru's health began to fail. Those that wanted to destroy the unity of the country were gaining ground. They created trouble by setting up some Muslims of Kashmir against India. A man with the firmness and magic hand of Lal Bahadur Shastri was needed to handle the situation. So Nehru invited Shastriji to join his cabinet again. This time he served as a Minister without Portfolio.

Lal Bahadur Shastri - He Proved to be one of the great leaders of the history of India
About Lal Bahadur Shastri
'After Nehru, Who?'
Lal Bahadur Shastri
'Bharat Ratna'
The Fatherless Child
The Loving Grandfather
Strong and Self-respecting
The Lesson
Tilak and Gandhiji
The young Satyagrahi
'The Servants Of The People Society'
Freedom's Solider
Sense Of Honour
In Prison Again
A New Arena
The Responsibility Of Freedom
The Minister For Railways
'I am Responsible'
The Homeless Home Minister
Not A Slave To Position
You are Here! Back In The Cabinet
The Prime Minister
A Shield For India's Honour
The Rann Of Kutch
'Force Will Be Met With Force
'China Cannot Frighten us'
Tashkent - Treaty
Shastriji Is Immortal
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