His friend, who wrote a biography of Lula, believes that they were and will continue to be difficult experiences. It gave millions of Brazilians confidence in a leader whose own life story reflects his own. People think this man is just like me.
There will be sunshine in the journey; If you can recover after falling, then walk… This ghazal has been written by famous poet Nida Fazli. With whose every word the common man can connect himself. In this world, the one who walks away from the crowd deserves fame. 2022 is in its last days. We have sweet and sour memories of this year. TV9 Bharatvarsh is running a special series for those kings who did something special this year. In this series, we will mention about Luiz Incio Lula da Silva, who is going to become the new President of Brazil. He will take oath of his post on January 1, 2023.
When Narendra Modi became the PM in 2014, it was felt that even a chaiwala can hold the highest position in the country. This is also the beauty of democracy. You would be surprised to know that the father of Brazilian President Luiz Incio Lula da Silva was a cobbler. But he has reached the top position in Brazil’s power for the second time. That too at a time when there was not a very good atmosphere against him in the country. Brazil had the highest number of deaths from Corona after America. Corruption cases were registered against him. Due to this he also had to go to jail. First we tell you about his victory here, after that we will come to the story of De Silva’s struggle…
Struggling at the age of 77
Lula de Silva, the new President of Brazil, is 77 years old. His return to power this year is surprising. Lula was jailed for corruption in 2018 and was sidelined from that election. The election was not easy but Lula used to connect with people in the best way. His right-wing rival Bolsonaro got 49.1 percent of the vote while da Silva got 50.9. With this, the crown of power fell on his head for the second time. Just imagine the person who has been jailed at this stage of age and after that he has been re-elected as the President of the same country, then how strong will he must have.
580 days jail in 2018
Biography of Lula da Silva is written by his friend Fernando Morais. There are many such interesting stories in the book, after reading which your eyes will be moist many times and sometimes you will be forced to think. How a 76-year-old man remained in jail after allegations and has now become the President of the same nation. He was in jail for 580 days from 2018 to the end of 2019. The book states that Silva is one of the most influential and enduring politicians in Latin America. There is one more interesting thing in this book. She is engaged to Fidel Castro. This report was published in The Guardian 12 years ago.
Castro reprimanded when he lost his courage
Fidel Castro, the father of Cuban Revolutionaries and President, met Lula da Silva. Then he also reprimanded Silva. Actually, that story is such that in 1982, Lula da Silva lost the governorship election of São Paulo. After this, he had made up his mind to completely withdraw from politics and elections. Da Silva had reached Havana, the capital of Cuba. Then he was told to return to politics. Lula’s historian believes that this was the most important moment in his 76-year-old life. He took Fidel Castro’s advice to heart and then remained in politics.
Da Silva wept in front of the public
In the midst of all this, Lula da Silva, the cobbler’s son, entered politics again after four years. He first became the voice of the workers. Then led them. But the journey was not that easy. He lost re-election in 1994 and 1998. But Fidel Castro’s words still stuck in his heart and mind. Silva persevered in politics and created a climate for himself in the country before finally achieving his goal in 2002. . After this he also won the elections and on this day the son of a cobbler became the President of Brazil. He remained in power from 2002 to 2010. It is written in his biography that after the victory, when he reached in front of the public, he had tears in his eyes.
such poverty that there was no food
He was born in 1945 in a very poor family. At the age of seven, Lula moved south in search of a better life with his mother, Dona Lindau, and six siblings. Which ended near the port city of Santos on the São Paulo coast. Three years later, Lula’s family moved to the state capital. But due to financial constraints, the room behind the bar was rented. Moraes says that in the night people used to urinate at his house under the influence of alcohol. When it rained, rats and frogs used to come flowing from the street to their house. Had to clean them throughout the day. Lula’s biographers believe that they were and will continue to be difficult experiences. It gave millions of Brazilians confidence in a leader whose own life story reflects his own. People think this man is just like me.