Foreign Policy of Rajiv Gandhi

On 31 October 1984 Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her bodyguards. Within hours of the assassination Rajiv Gandhi emerged as new Prime Minister of India. The Parliament was dissolved and Fresh elections held which gave a landslide victory to Congress. During his tenure, India’s policy was significantly reoriented.

Despite initial disturbances, Indo-US relations interchanged in almost every …

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