|Choudhary Charan Singh was born to a Jat family on December 23, 1902 and was the sixth Prime Minister of India. He made his debut in politics, as a part of the Independence Movement. Subsequent to this, he was especially popular for conflicting and winning against Nehru’s socialistic and collectivist land use policies for Indian farmers. Uttar Pradesh and Haryana were his political base, as there the community was prevailing. He was the leader of the Bhartiya Lok Dal and held the honorary post of Deputy Prime Minister of India. He led the Lok Dal in opposition till end and was succeeded by his son Ajit Singh after his demise.