25th June In History: Indira Gandhi Imposed Emergency In The Country On Today

25th June in history: Indira Gandhi imposed emergency in the country on today

In the history of India, 25th June is witness to an important event in India’s favor. Today, in 1975, the announcement of imposing emergency in the country was announced, which gave rise to many historical events. Emergency was applicable in India in the period of 21 months from 26 June 1975 to 21 March 1977. The then President, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, on the recommendation of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi-led Government, declared the Emergency in the country under section 352 of Indian Constitution. This was the most controversial period in the history of independent India. Elections were postponed in the emergency.

Emergency: Jaitley wrote about the post of Emergency, Facebook post, several attacks on Congress, the details of some other significant events in the history of the country and the world are as follows:

1529: Mughal ruler Babur conquered Bengal and returned to his capital Agra.

1788: Virginia becomes the 10th state adopting the United States Constitution.

1941: Finland announces an attack on the Soviet Union.

1947: Anne Frank’s ‘Diary of a Young Girl’ was published today. Its 3 million copies were sold and translated into 67 languages.

1950: Civil war broke out between North and South Korea, which later took the form of International Cold War.

1974: Bollywood actress Karisma Kapoor was born.

22 June in history: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had founded the Forward Bloc today on

1975:On the advice of the Indira Gandhi-led Congress government, President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed announced the imposition of emergency in the country.

2005: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s victory announced in Iran’s presidential election as a radicalist, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s victory announcement

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