Lal Bahadur Shastri
Civil Disobedience Movement
In 1930, he joined the Civil Disobedience Movement as there was call to him from Gandhiji. He was called to join that movement in order to encourage people to oppose to pay land profits and taxes to the government. He had to go in jail for two and half years. He got familiar with all the works of western philosophers, revolutionaries as well as social reformers in the jail.