.The historical past of Vidhan Sabha in Delhi is 70 years previous and through this time it has seen many ups and downs. Actually, the meeting was first held in Delhi from 1951 to 1955 after which the meeting was shaped once more from 1993 and remains to be there. No meeting in Delhi from 1955 to 1993 in between
was. At the identical time, earlier than this, Delhi Assembly elections had been held for the primary time in October 1951, during which Congress received a majority. Probably only a few individuals will know that he died earlier than Deshbandhu Gupta took oath as the primary CM of Delhi. After this, Chaudhary Brahm Prakash, one other Congress Party chief and MLA from Nangloi, was made the primary CM of Delhi. <! –
Now his title is recorded in historical past.
In truth, within the 1951 Delhi Assembly Elections, the Congress social gathering received an absolute majority. Within just a few days of the outcomes, the elected MLAs of the Congress social gathering met and Lala Desh Bandhu Gupta, who had a 'quick press', was elected because the chief of the legislative social gathering. After this, preparations for swearing had been additionally began. But earlier than he was sworn in as CM, he died in an accident.
There was a wave of mourning within the Congress social gathering after the demise of Lala Debandhu Gupta. At the identical time, there was additionally the disaster of the legislature social gathering selecting the brand new social gathering in entrance of the Congress social gathering. Meanwhile, the Congress Party MLAs held a gathering and elected the youngest chief and MLA Chaudhary Brahm Prakash of the time. He was sworn in because the CM of Delhi on 17 March 1952 and he remained the CM of Delhi until 12 February 1955.
First CM of Delhi received from Nangloi seat
Chaudhary Brahm Singh, who began his political profession with the Quit India Movement of 1942, received his first election from Nangloi meeting seat in outer Delhi, defeating his opponent within the election.
It can also be mentioned that in making Chaudhary Brahm Prakash the primary CM of Delhi, the then PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was a giant character.