Independence activist Chidambaram Subramaniam
Independence activist Chidambaram Subramaniam was born on 30 January 1910 and died on 7 November 2000 in Chennai. Subramaniam was an active member in the independence fight and went to jail. Later on, he was elected to the highest legislature Assembly and was also a contributor of making the framing of the Constitution of Independent India.
C. Subramaniam is famously remembered as the originator of India’s contemporary farming growth strategy, after the victory of his plans which directed to extreme record making the output of wheat in the year 1972 this was an accomplishment define as the Indian Green Revolution. As he was the designated Minister for Food and Agriculture of India, he performed a crucial part in the foundation of high-harvesting categories of seeds and more concentrated statement of mulches which tiled the door for improved and enhanced production of corns in the late year 1960s and accomplishment of self-ampleness in food-grains in the nation.
After the freedom of India from British sovereignty in India, Subramaniam was selected as a branch of the ‘Constituent Assembly’ that constructed the Indian ‘Constitution of India’. In the year 1969 while the ‘Indian National Congress’ was at the edge of a divided Subramaniam preferred to advocate Indira Gandhi and worked as the meantime president of the newly formed party by her, that was called ‘Congress (I)’ in it ‘I’ stands for Indira Gandhi.
From the year 1975 to 1977 he worked as the Minister of Finance following the then Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi, an occupation that involves a stage of emergency in the year 1976. As the Minister of Finance, he introduced to Indira Gandhi to decrease the value of the Indian rupee. However, post-emergency that was ordered by Indira Gandhi he separated his ways and entered the ‘Indian National Congress (Urs)’ party headed by Devraj Urs and Kasu Brahmananda Reddy. He worked as Minister of Defence following the occupation of Indian Prime Minister Charan Singh from July 28, 1979, to January 14, 1980. He was bestowed with the highest civilian honor of India, ‘Bharat Ratna’ by the Government of India in the year 1998.