- Pritilata led a team of 10-12 men in ______.
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Pritilata Waddedar was born in Chattogram on 5 May 1911. She was a meritorious student at Dr Khastagir Government Girls' School in Chattogram and Eden College, Dhaka. She graduated in philosophy with distinction from Bethume College in Kolkata. In her college days, Pritilata was an activist in the anti-British movement.. All through her life, she dreamt of two things: a society without gender discrimination, and her motherland free from British colonial rule. So she decided to fight against the British rule. Soon after, Pritilata became the head teacher of Nandankanon Aparna Charan School in Chattogram. Gradually she involved herself in Surja Sen’s armed resistance movement. Surja Sen was a famous anti-British movement organizer and revolutionary activist in Chattogram area at that time. In 1932. Surja Sen planned an attack on the Pahartali European Club. The club was well-known for its notorious sign at its entrance: Dogs and Indians not allowed. Surja Sen assigned Prililata to lead a team of 10-12 men to attack the Club. The raid was successful but Pritilata, dressed as a man, failed to get out of 1he Club. She committed suicide by taking potassium cyanide to avoid arrest. She proved that women can work like men. She also proved that women too needed to be prepared to sacrifice their lives for freedom from the British colonial rule. Her dream finally came true. The British rule came to an end in 1947 though she couldn't see it during her lifetime.
Pritilata was born in _____.
- On attacking the club, Pritilata dressed herself as ______.
- Which of the phrases is closest in meaning to the phrase ‘come to an end’?
- What is the synonym of the word ‘notorious’?
- Surja Sen planned an attack on the _____.
- All through her life, she dreamt of ______.
- How did Pritilata die?
- She graduated in ________.
- She decided to fight against the ______.