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Jayaprakash Narayan was born <roshu>within the </roshu>Bihar hamlet of Saibdiorta on October 11, 1902. He came from a typical Kaistha household. He returned to India after finishing his study in America <roshu>and have become </roshu>influenced by Gandhiji.
He was in Congress for <roshu>an extended </roshu>period and was imprisoned several times. However, he eventually created the Socialist Organization of India, <roshu>a special </roshu><roshu>party </roshu>.
He <roshu>didn’t </roshu>join the Congress after India gained independence in 1947. Pandit Jawahar Lal, India’s first Prime Minister, hoped he could include him in his cabinet, but he wanted <roshu>to stay </roshu>aloof.
For several years, he was involved <roshu>within the </roshu>Bhoodan Movement, which was founded by Vinoba Bhave, and worked with him <roshu>to supply </roshu>land to the landless. He was <roshu>an enormous </roshu>success in his mission, persuading the Chambal Valley’s dacoits to surrender. He returned to politics in 1974 as a <roshu>results of </roshu>political corruption and raised his voice in support of <roshu>the entire </roshu>Revolution. He had <roshu>a large </roshu>following.
Jayaprakash Narayan had no desire to be a minister. He <roshu>may need </roshu>easily been India’s Prime Minister. As a result, he was never shut <roshu>faraway from </roshu><roshu>the remainder </roshu>of the population. He worked for and lived among the people. He was the people of India’s Uncrowned King. For <roshu>an extended </roshu>period, Jayaprakash Narayan had renal problems. He was <roshu>not </roshu>alive.