Role of Nallie Sen Gupta in Freedom Struggle

Nali Sen Gupta was an English women who came to India in 1910 and was married to Jitendramohan Sengupta. She was inspired by her husband and she actively participated in the Khilafat Movement. She was arrested for making inflammatory speeches. She was decorated with Padma Vibhushan in indepdenent India. Nellie Sengupta was elected in as President of Indian National Congress in place of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, when he was arrested before the Calcutta Session of 1931.