Kamal Nath went to Tihar jail after fighting with a judge for friend Sanjay Gandhi

When it comes to important characters in the country and Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath's name is counted in the list of top leaders. He had once again given the power to the Congress after ending 15 years of exile in Madhya Pradesh, though his government collapsed after the revolt of Jyotiraditya Scindia and his supporters. Born on November 18, 1946, in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, Kamal Nath is today a well-known face of the Congress not only in Madhya Pradesh but all over the country.

Kamal Nath's early education was in Kanpur. Father Mahendra Nath wanted his son to become a lawyer, but Kamal Nath's fate had written something else. Kamal Nath has been a student of Doon School in Dehradun. It is said that it was while studying at Doon School that he came in contact with Sanjay Gandhi, the younger son of former PM Indira Gandhi, and from there the foundation for his entry into politics was laid. Political experts point out that with time, Kamal Nath and Sanjay Gandhi's friendship deepened day by day, but there was a time when the friendship between the two came to a distance when Kamal Nath went to St Xavier's College in Kolkata. However, their friendship did not diminish after the two got away. This friendship was also in the discussion in the state because the two were always together.

There is also an incident about the friendship between Sanjay Gandhi and Kamal Nath that 'when the Janata Party government was formed after the Emergency.' Sanjay Gandhi was then sent to Tihar jail in a case. At that time Indira Gandhi was worried about Sanjay Gandhi's safety. Kamal Nath had deliberately fought a judge to go to jail with Sanjay Gandhi. After which Kamal Nath was put in Tihar jail on contempt charges.

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