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Tuesday, 12 September 2017

SHOCKING: List of Indian Freedom Fighters held at the the notorious Cellular Jail at Andaman Island

List of Indian Freedom Fighters held at the the notorious Cellular Jail at Andaman Island

Long before Guantanamo Bay was developed as a no-escape prison, the British began setting up an island prison on the Andaman island. They had just conquered the Indian subcontinent, and a Guantanamo Bay style detention facility for Indian freedom fighters started being constructed in 1896. After facing immense difficulty finding a list of prisoners online, this list has been posted to aid researchers.

A rare photo of the Cellular Jail with its seven wings, which housed 693 cells. It was called Cellular Jail because the spokes were so designed such that the face of a cell in a spoke saw the back of cells in another spoke. This way, communication between prisoners was impossible. They were all in solitary confinement. Prisoners were subject to torture and medical experiments. They would be dumped at sea when they died.
A rare photo of the Cellular Jail with its seven wings, which housed 693 cells. It was called Cellular Jail because the spokes were so designed such that the face of a cell in a spoke saw the back of cells in another spoke. This way, communication between prisoners was impossible. They were all in solitary confinement. Prisoners were subject to torture and medical experiments. They would be dumped at sea when they died.
 
This is a copy-paste of an official list found on an Indian Government website. Sadly, the original list has gone dark for reasons unknown, but a copy was salvaged from archive.org. Please note the following limitations of this list.
  1. Most prioners were “political prisoners” or Freedom Fighters. But regular criminals were also deported the the Cellular Jail. This list is exclusively that of political prisoners. Regular criminals may have overlapped with political prisoners in many cases, given the nature of the British penal code.
  2. Most prisoners died a natural death or were executed in the Cellular Jail.
  3. But not all of the listed Freedom Fighters died in the Cellular Jail. The British government decided to repatriate the political prisoners from the Cellular Jail in 1937-38. It is unclear if all were repatriated prior to the Japanese invasion of 1942.
  4. Being sent to the Cellular Jail was considered the point of no return for an Indian freedom fighter. But in some rare cases, sentences were commuted and prisoners were released. In such cases, there is the possibility of a prisoner being a double agent, or turning into one.
  5. The Japanese Invasion ironically saw many freedom fighters of the Indian National Army and the Indian Independence League being interred and executed at the same Cellular Jail by the Japanese. Apparently, evidence had been planted against them that they had been spying on the Japanese. In my book on World War II, I raised the possibility that some elements of the Japanese high command had been compromised by the Powers That Be. And this can be the only explanation for large scale Japanese atrocites which almost depopulated the island. Is it s coincidence that the Powers That Be had Colonel Jochi Renusakai as commander of the Andaman garrison, and Mitsubashi as Chief of Police. Both of them were earlier involved in the Nanking atrocities against Chinese women, which completely discredited the Empire of Japan in the eyes of the Chinese. It is also curious that two of the seven wings of the Cellular Jail were destroyed when the Japanese invaded.
  6. The British would regain control in 1945. When India would become independent in 1947, another two wings would be mysterioulsy destroyed. It was almost as if The Powers That Be were slowly erasing all traces of the facility. Thankfully, The remaining three wings and the central tower were converted into a National Memorial in 1969. It appears that there were plans to destroy the remaining wings as well, or to convert them into a government institution.
  7. On nearby Viper Island, the British had built another prison during 1864-67. But it was abandoned when the Cellular Jail opened in 1906. Many prisoners were executed here too, but a clear record is lacking.
  8. During 1922 to 1926, up to 2500 Moplah Muslim families from Kerala were “relocated” to the island after a revolt that against the British. they would play an important role in the development of the island.
  9. The list is in the format of Surname, First Name. In many cases, first names are missing. Some names are mispelt.
  10. It appears that all the prisoners are male. Given the fact that initially, anyone who belonged to the Mughal royal family, or who had sent a petition to Bahadur Shah Zafar during the Rebellion of 1857 was liable to be deported to the Cellular Jail, many families would have been liable for deportation though.

Trivia

The Panopticon

The British had in their arsenal some of the darkest minds humanity had ever produced. And one such mind was that of social theorist Jeremy Bentham. His idea of a Panopticon was carefully implemented at the Cellular Jail. Seven prison wings were constructed, which intersected at a massive guard tower. The guard tower was designed such that the prisoners could never discern whether or not they were being watched from its narrow windows. But the idea of being watched would grow stronger in them, regardless. Making them to modify their behaviour as if they were being continuously watched. Panopticons were no longer built by Western Criminal Elite after camera surveillance technologies developed. The Panopticon is also considered a metaphor for some Western Societies, such as Britain.

List of Freedom Fighters deported to the Penal Settlement

Please note that I intend to embellish this list with more information, especially the less known entries. If you have any additional information, links etc, kindly post them in the comments section.

Part I – Heroes of 1857 (10th March 1858 onwards)

1. Abdullah Mohiuddin
2. Adhuria
3. Aga
4. Akbar Zama ,Syed
5. Alauddin, Maulavi Syed
6. Ambala Nanu
7. Aneer Khan
8. Amruta
9. Anajoe
10. Annu Nathu
11. Anwar khan Piare Khan
12. Aaoghad Bawa
13. Arjun
14. Ayuppa Hindulla
15. Babun Jummal khan
16. Bada Miya
17. Bagal, Yadu Patlu
18. Bahadur Goanburah
19. Bahadur Singh
20. Bala
21. Balakrishana
22. Barku
23. Barua, Dutiram
24. Bhai khan
25. Bandari Gopal
26. Bhikari
27. Bhima
28. Bhimaji
29. Bhim Rao
30. Bhiwa Lakma
31. Bhorji, Paddu
32. Bhosale, Atmaram Santu
33. Bhosale, Babaji Bhujanga
34. Bhosale, Ganu khandu
35. Bhosale, Raghu Manaji
36. Bhosale, Vithu Hangu
37. Bhosale, Vyankat Rao
38. Bhutia
39. Birbat kunbi
40. Budnya Peersaheb
41. Chaman Singh
42. Chauhan Sujan Singh
43. Chavan, Ganu Bapu
44. Chavan, Hari Biru
45. Chavan, Krishnappa Gopal
46. Chavan Mahadev.
47. Dadabhai Parbhudas
48. Dagdu
49. Dama
50. Damodar Abaji
51. Das Baladanda
52. Dattu Nathu
53. Davu Sarmalkar
54. Desai, Narayan
55. Desai ,Pancheli Govind
56. Desai, Raghoba
57. Devi
58. Devi Din
59. Deviji Sirsat
60. Devi Prasad
61. Dhaku Ghadi
62. Dharma
63. Dharma Subhana
64. Dhobey Gulgar
65. Dhondia Birbal
66. Dhondu, kalu
67. Dogra Mangal Singh
68. Doolum
69. Doulat Singh Pancham singh
70. Dutt, Shoo
71. Fakira, Lingappa
72. Fakru
73. Faras khan Imam khan
74. Fazal Haq khairabadi
75. Futta
76. Gaikwad Devji
77. Ganesh Maharaj
78. Gan Sawat
79. Ganu, Sakharam
80. Garbed, Haribhai
81. Gavali, Vithu
82. Ghatge, Hanumant
83. Ghouse Ghulam
84. Gokhale Bhikaji Ganesh
85. Gopala, Sant Sali
86. Govardhan
87. Govind
88. Govinda, Mahar
89. Govind, Vithu
90. Gowda, Govind
91. Gulab, khan
92. Gulia, Mudemiya
93. Hari
94. Hattee Singh
95. Hendlakar, Devji
96. Hidait- Ullah
97. Himanchal Singh
98. Hona ji
99. Horawan
100. Hussain Guljar
101. Hussain ,Hatela
102. Hussain Ibrahim
103. Hussain Shah, Fakir
104. Jadhav, Raghu
105. Jadav Subhana Bapu
106. Jagadesh Singh
107. Jairam, Rama
108. Jairam, Shivram
109. Jasmer Singh
110. Jawahr Singh
111. Jay Singh
112. Jewahkitippah
113. Jiwaji, Abhimanyu
114. Jorekar, Babi
115. Joshi, Krishnaji
116. Kabre Gunajli
117. Kadam, Apa Babu
118. Kadam, Ram
119. Kadam, Ravji Kalaji
120. Kagdia
121. Kakdia, Mahadu
122. Kallappa Hulgeppa
123. Kallu
124. Kallu Mubarak
125. Kallu Rehman
126. Kalu
127. Kalu Rajia
128. Kanhayya Veludi
129. Karim Rehman
130. Karsowkar Gopal
131. Karim khan
132. Katilbeg
133. Khandu Vithu
134. Khedu Lakshman
135. Khiran
136. Kifaitullah
137. Kisan, Santuram
138. Kochrakar Zillu
139. Kokamkar, Gopal
140. koli ,Manya
141. Konkankar Bombi
142. Kulkarni, Babaji Balaji
143. Kumbhar, Vithu Satwaji
144. Kunbi, Girwar
145. Kunbi, Jawahar
146. Kupason
147. Kura Singh
148. Kutwar,Sunkar
149. Lakarsha, Kalusha
150. Lalai
151. Liaqat Ali
152. Lingappa Sakarappa
153. Loney Singh
154. Madhu Mallick
155. Mahadik, Hybatrao Appa
156. Mahale Vithu Bahiru
157. Mahibullah
158. Majumder, Timappa
159. Mallik Jogi
160. Mallu Porka
161. Malwankar, Appa
162. Malya Yallapa
163. Mammu khan
164. Mane ,Narsingh
165. Mania
166. Manjayya, Malya
167. Mannu Singh
168. Maoji
169. Maoji, Dhundal
170. Maya Ram
171. Mandi Mochi
172. Mharu
173. Mhaskar, Rowloji Lingoji Naik
174. Mingali Kristun
175. Mirashi Ganesh
176. Mirashi, Narayan
177. Mirza Wilayat Hussain khan
178. Moghe, Gopal Shivram Joshi
179. Mohd Ismail Hussain Muneer
180. Mohd, Yar Khan
181. Mohan
182. Mohan Singh Pancham Singh
183. Mohite, Tatya
184. Morey, Limba Bhawni
185. Mosya, Arjun
186. Mulkundy, Lakshman
187. Musai Singh
188. Naik, Bhima
189. Naik, Bodark yashwant
190. Naik, Ganga Eka
191. Naik, Naroji Lingoji
192. Naik, Somia Jatra
193. Nalji Waradkir
194. Nana Chiloji
195. Nana Pokra
196. Narain
197. Narajekar Bhiku
198. Narsa Linga
199. Narsingh
200. Narsingh shivappa
201. Naru Dhula
202. Nassira
203. Niaz Mohd Khan
204. Niranjan Singh
205. Noora
206. Nuzzar Mohd
207. Pagay, Ranga Rao Ratnakar
208. Pandia
209. Pandu Pade
210. Pandu, Singinkar
211. Panjali Poku
212. Parulkar, Sadasiv Narayan
213. Pasi, Ramdin
214. Patel, Bhan Kanjora
215. Patel, Bhau Harji
216. Patel, Bhilla Atyia
217. Patel, Garbadas
218. Patel Itu
219. Patel, khushal Govind
220. Patel, Maoji Arjun
221. Patel, Pandu Dhondi
222. Patel, Trimbak Hari
223. Pawar ,Jivba Miru
224. Pawar, Vyanka
225. Phadnis ,Shridhar Sitaram
226. Poipkar, Bapu
227. Paradhan, Maoji Dharma
228. Qaim khan
229. Raja Meera
230. Raja Vyankat
231. Rama
232. Ramdin Ahir
233. Ramji Jagtap
234. Ram Parab
235. Ram Prasad
236. Ram Singh Indrasing
237. Rao, Rama
238. Rao, Sheeshgiri
239. Rao, Venkat
240. Ravji
241. Rawanekar, Bhikaji
242. Rawal ,Bisai Bhiku
243. Ray Singh
244. Rayu
245. Rohim
246. Rowyo
247. Rudrappa, Bhima
248. Rulya Limji
249. Sakarappa, Gourappa
250. Shaka Ram
251. Salvi, Gopal
252. Sandu
253. Santu Chandu
254. Sanu Bagal
255. Sathe Bhau
256. Satodar, Govind
257. Sawant, Babaji
258. Sawant, Ganu
259. Sawant, Maun Appa
260. Sawant, Puttaji Baburao
261. Sawant,Trimbak
262. Sawant,Vishram
263. Sawant, Doud
264. Shah ,Jahanda
265. Shah, Manju
266. Shah, Qutub
267. Shah, Sarvar
268. Shambhu Kautnakar
269. Shankar Maharaj
270. Sheik Ali
271. Sheik Formud Ali
272. Sheik Mannu
273. Shevde, Narayan Vishwanath
274. Shinde, Narayan Piraji
275. Shinde, Rama Raghu
276. Shivappa Sangappa
277. Shridhar Bhikun
278. Siraj-Uddin
279. Somia
280. Subasing
281. Suka
282. Suka Maraya
283. Sultan Paras
284. Supria
285. Suznya Suthu
286. Syed Ahmed
287. Tammanna Lakshman
288. Tendulkar, Raghu
289. Thakur Lakshman
290. Thorat, Bapu Naroji
291. Tinajah
292. Tiwari, Dudhnath
293. Trembak, Raghu
294. Tukaram Krishnaji
295. Tulia
296. Tulpia
297. Vaingankar Vithu
298. Vanda Soma
299. Viloba Valaji
300. Vista Babaji
301. Vithoba
302. Vithoba, Nujakar
303. Vithu
304. Vithu Bava
305. Vyankappa Sakarappa
306. Wazir
307. Yadav, Chinnaji
308. Yerappa, Gangaram
309. Yesa Nathia

Part II – PRE-CELLULAR JAIL DEPORTATIONS (Wahabi Movement, Anglo Manipuri Revolt & others) 1864 onwards)

1. Abdul Gaffar
2. Abdul Gaffur
3. Abdul Karim
4. Abdul Rahim Sadiqpuri
5. Ahmedullah
6. Amir Khan
7. Amiruddin
8. Angou Sana
9. Ayapurel
10. Deo, Brij kishore Singh
11. Hasmatdad Khan
12. Jodh Singh
13. Kula Chandra Singh
14. Luwang Ningthou
15. Masud khan
16. Mohd. Shafi Hussain
17. Mohd. Shafi Lahori
18. Mondal, Ibrahim
19. Sher Ali : A Pathan from the NorthWest Frontier Province who ended up in the Andaman because of a family feud, the details of which are unclear. He decided to kill a high ranking British officer whenever he got the chance. On 8th February, 1872, Lord Mayo, the Viceroy of India was paying a visit to the Andaman, and ended up being stabbed to death by Sher Ali. Sher Ali was executed, and the British government began construction of the Cellular Jail to avoid such complications in the future (Source).
20. Tabarak Ali
21. Thanesari, Mohd Jafar
22. Yahya Ali

Part III – POLITICAL PRISONERS IN THE CELLULAR JAIL  1909-21

1. Alla-ud-din
2. Ali Ahmed Siddiqui
3. Amar Singh
4. Amar Singh Nandbol
5. Banerjee, Upendra Nath
6. Basu, Ashwani Kumar
7. Basu, Satya Ranjan
8. Bhan Singh
9. Bhattacharjee, Abinash Chandra
10. Bhattacharjee, Harendra Kumar
11. Bhowmick, Madan Mohan
12. Bishen Singh, S/o Jawala Singh
13. Bishen Singh, S/o kesar Singh
14. Bishen Singh, S/o Jeevan Singh
15. Bishen Singh ,S/o Ram Singh
16. Biswas, Surendera Nath
17. Channan Singh
18. Chattar Singh
19. Chattar Singh
20. Chet Ram
21. Chuher Singh
22. Chakarborty, Abani Bhushan
23. Chakarborty, Trailokya Nath
24. Chatterjee, Sanukul
25. Chatterjee ,Satish Chandra
26. Chandra ,Nagendran Chandra
27. Chaudhury, Khagendra Nath
28. Chaudhury, Naren Mohan Ghosh
29. Das, Hem Chandra
30. Das, Pulin Behari
31. Datta, Brojendra Nath
32. Deena
33. Dutta, Sachindra Nath
34. Dey, Bidhu Bhushan
35. Dey, Suhir Chandra
36. Dutta, Ullaskar
37. Gewan singh Marhana
38. Ghosh, Barindra Kumar
39. Ghosh, Bhupendra Nath
40. Ghosh, Kalidas
41. Girdhari Lal
42. Govind Ram
43. Gurudas Singh
44. Guruditt Singh
45. Gurmukh Singh
46. Gurumukh Singh
47. Harandev Singh
48. Hardit Singh
49. Harnam Singh
50. Hazra ,Amrit lal
51. Hazra Singh
52. Hirda Ram
53. Hussain Mohd Mujtaba
54. Inder Singh, S/o Ala Singh
55. Inder Singh, S/o Mulah Singh
56. Jagat Ram
57. Jalaldeen
58. Jawala Singh
59. Jawand Singh
60. Jayram Singh
61. Jeevan Singh
62. Joshi, Daji Narayan
63. Kala Singh, S/o Gasota Singh
64. Kala Singh, S/o Gulab Singh
65. Kanjilal Hrishikesh
66. Kapur Singh
67. Kar, Gobinda Chandra
68. Karam Chand
69. Kartar Singh
70. Kehar Singh,S/o Nihal Singh
71. Kehar Singh, S/o Bhan Singh
72. Kehar Singh, S/o Bhagat Singh
73. Kesar Singh
74. Kirpa Ram
75. Kirpal Singh
76. Kusal Singh
77. Ladha Ram
78. Lahiri Ashutosh
79. Lakhan Singh
80. Lal Singh, S/o Mohan Singh
81. Lal Singh, S/o Uday Singh
82. Madan Singh
83. Mabgal Singh
84. Manohar Singh
85. Mansha Singh
86. Mehardeen
87. Mehar Singh
88. Mohammadi
89. Mohd Akram khan
90. Mitra Sachindra Lal
91. Mukherjee, Nani Gopal
92. Nand Singh, S/o Ram Singh
93. Nand Singh, S/o Punjab Singh
94. Nandgopal
95. Nidhan Singh
96. Nadir Ali Shah
97. Natha Singh
98. Pal, Kinuram
99. Pal, Nakunja Behari
100. Parmanand ,S/o Gaya Prasad
101. Parmanand Bhai, S/o Bhai Tara Chand
102. Paul, Jyotish Chandra
103. Piara Singh
104. Prithvi Singh Azad
105. Raja Ram
106. Ram Charan Lal
107. Ram Hari
108. Ram Rakha
109. Ram Saran Das
110. Randhir Singh
111. Rattan Chand
112. Roda Singh
113. Roshan Lall
114. Roy , Gopendra lal
115. Roy, Indubhushan
116. Roy Nikhil Ranjan Guha
117. Roy, Nirapada
118. Roy, Phanindra Bhushan
119. Rulia Singh
120. Rurh Singh
121. Sadiq
122. Sajjan Singh
123. Sandhi
124. Sanyal, Kshitij Chandra
125. Sanyal ,Sachindra Nath
126. Sarkar Bibhuti Bhushan
127. Sarkar Bidhu Bhushan
128. Sarkar Nagendra Nath
129. Sarkar, Sudhir kumar
130. Savarkar, Ganesh Damodar
131. Savarkar, Vinayak Damodar
132. Sen, Biren Chandra
133. Sengupta, Suresh Chandra
134. Sher Singh
135. Shiv Singh
136. Singhara Singh
137. Sohan Singh Bhakna
138. Sawan Singh
139. Sucha Singh
140. Sunder Singh
141. Suren Singh
142. Surjan Singh
143. Teja Singh
144. Thakur Singh
145. Udham Singh
146. Verma Hotilal
147. Wasakha Singh
148. Waswa Singh
149. Wilayati

Part IV – HEROES OF CELLULAR JAIL 1922-31(Moplah Revolt, Manyam Heroes and others)

1. Ahmed Kutty, Mattummal
2. Ahmed Kutty, Variyath Valappil
3. Alavi, Haji Nelliparamban
4. Alavi, Machinchari
5. Alavi, Poovakundi
6. Athan Chungatto
7. Birayiah Dora, Taggi
8. Dublis, Vishnu Sharan
9. Kayarni, Pokat
10. Kotiaha, KarAbu
11. Koyakutty,Kazhisseri
12. Kunjeni, Kayakhatiparambil
13. Kunjalavi, kolaparamban
14. Kunjara, Kathukalan
15. Kunjayammun ,Mukri
16. Kunjeedu, Neehiyil
17. Kunji Kadar Molla, Puthampeedi Kayet
18. Kutty Hasan, Chakkupurakkal
19. Marakkar, Pooyikuman
20. Marakkar, Mathummal
21. Moideen kutty,Poolakuyyil kunhi
22. Pandu Padal, Bonangi
23. Pockar, Anipa
24. Pothaiah Korabu
25. Raja ,Auggi
26. Rayin, Machingol
27. Saidalippa, Ambattuparamban
28. Saniage Saiah, Golivilli
29. Sanyashi, Kuncheti
30. Shukla, Lakshmi Kanta
 

Part V – POLITICAL PRISONERS IN THE CELLULAR JAIL (1932-38)

1. Acharjee, Gopal Chandra
2. Acharjee, Suresh Chandra
3. Adhikari, Mohit Chandra
4. Adhir Chandra Singh
5. Agarwal, Shyam krishna
6. Ajay Chandra Singh
7. Anant Lal Singh
8. Bachchu LAl
9. Bagchi, Amlendu
10. Bairuni, Provakar
11. Bakshi, Hemchandra
12. Banerjee, Bibhuti Bhsuhan
13. Banerjee,BhupeshChandra
14. Banerjee,Haripada
15. Banerjee,Kali Mohan
16. Banerjee,Madhusudhan
17. Banerjee, Maoranjan
18. Banerjee, Mrityunaya
19. Banerjee, Rabindranth
20. Banerjee, Shirod
21. Banerjee, Susheel kumar
22. Banik, Dharni Mohan
23. Banik, Dinesh Chandra
24. Banik, Surendra Chandra
25. Barua, Mahesh Chandra
26. Barua, Nirendra lall
27. Basu, Bhupal Chandra
28. Bawl, Loknath
29. Bera ,Govinda
30. Bharatwar, Shyama Charan
31. Bhattacharjee, Ananta Kumar
32. Bhattacharjee. Bhupesh Chandra
33. Bhattacharjee, Bimal Chandra
34. Bhattacharjee, Chandra Nath
35. Bhattacharjee,Dhirendra Kumar
36. Bhattacharjee, Haripada
37. Bhattacharjee, Hem Chandra
38. Bhattacharjee, Hrishikesh
39. Bhattacharjee,Joyesh Chandra
40. Bhattacharjee, khudi Ram
41. Bhattacharjee, koumudi Kanta
42. Bhattacharjee, Saradindra
43. Bhattacharjee, Shashi Mohan
44. Bhattacharjee, Sudir Chandra
45. Bhowmick, Bimal Chandra Dey
46. Bhowmick, Himangshu
47. Bhowmick, Mahendra
48. Bhowmick, Prafulla Chandra
49. Biswas,Bhagwan Chandra
50. Biswas, Chittaranjan
51. Biswas ,Dharni kanta
52. Biswas, Dhirendra Kumar
53. Biswas, Krishna
54. Biswas, Prafulla Kumar
55. Bose, Benoy Kumar
56. Bose, Haripada
57. Bose, Hrishikesh
58. Bose, Jagath Bandhu
59. Bose, Pramod Ranjan
60. Bose, Saradha Prasanna
61. Bose, Satyendra Kumar
62. Bux, Mohd. Illahi
63. Chakraborty, Ananta Kumar, S/o Chandra Mohan Debasarma
64. Chakraborty, Ananta Kumar, S/o Durga Mohan Chakraborty
65. Chakraborty, Bankim Chandra
66. Chakraborty, Bijoy Krishna
67. Chakraborty, Bimalendu
68. Chakraborty, Biru Bhushan
69. Chakraborty, Dharni Kanta
70. Chakraborty, Dhirendra
71. Chakraborty, Direndra Chandra
72. Chakraborty, Haribol
73. Chakraborty, Hemendra Nath
74. Chakraborty, Jeetendra Nath
75. Chakraborty, Jogendra Chandra
76. Chakraborty, Jogesh Chandra
77. Chakraborty, Kalachand
78. Chackraborty, Kalipada, S/o Ram Chandra Chakraborty
79. Chackraborty, Kalipada , S/o Shyam Charan Chakraborty
80. Chackraborty, Krishna Pada
81. Chackraborty, Lalit Chandra
82. Chackraborty, Mokshada Ranjan
83. Chackraborty, Nibaran Chandra
84. Chackraborty, Pran Kishore
85. Chackraborty Priyada Nandan
86. Chackraborty, Provot Chandra
87. Chackraborty, Rajendra Nath
88. Chackraborty, Shanti Pada
89. Chackraborty, Shashindra
90. Chackraborty, Susheel Kumar
91. Chackraborty, S.N.
92. Chandra, Bhuban mohan
93. Chandrika Singh
94. Chatterjee, Anukul Chandra
95. Chatterjee, Daeubesh Chandra
96. Chatterjee, Hira Mohan
97. Chatterjee, Keshab Lal
98. Chatterjee, Ramesh Chandra
99. Chatterjee, Sunil Kumar
100. Chaubey, Suraj Nath
101. Chaudhury Abdul Qadir
102. Chaudhury, Akshay Kumar
103. Chaudhury, Birendra Vinod
104. Chaudhury, Dhirendra Nath
105. Chaudhury, Haripado
106. Chaudhury, Kali prasanna Roy
107. Chaudhury, Madan Mohan Roy
108. Chaudhury, Kshtij Chandra
109. Chaudhury, Manindra Lall
110. Chaudhury, Manoranjan
111. Chaudhury, Nishakanti Roy
112. Chaudhury, Nitya Ranjan
113. Chaudhury, Paresh Chandra
114. Chaudhury, Pradyot Kumar
115. Chaudhury, S.N.
116. Chaudhury, Subodh Kumar
117. Chaudhury, Sudhir Ranjan
118. Chaudhury, Surendra Dhar
119. Dam, Sudhendra Chandra
120. Das, Chintaharan
121. Das, Deb Kumar
122. Das, Dhirendra Chandra,S/o Jogindera Kishore Das
123. Das, Dhirendra Chandra
124. Das, Dinesh Chandra, S/o Mahesh Das
125. Das, Dinesh Chandra, S/o Raj Mohan Das
126. Das, Durga Shankar
127. Das, Gauranga Das
128. Das, Harendra
129. Das, Hirday Kanta
130. Das, Hirday Ranjan
131. Das, Indu Bhushan
132. Das, Jagnesshwar
133. Das, Janaki Mohan
134. Das ,Jibendra Kumar
135. Das, Jogesh Chandra
136. Das ,Karthick Chandra
137. Das, Nalini Mohan
138. Das, Nanigopal
139. Das, Narendra Nath
140. Das, Ramesh Chandra
141. Das, Sharat Dhupi
142. Das, Sahay Ram
143. Das, Suresh Chandra
144. Dasgupta, Bimal Kumar
145. Dasgupta, Dinesh Chandra
146. Dasgupta. Madan Lal
147. Dasgupta, Nagendra Nath
148. Dasgupta, Nandlal
149. Dasgupta, NAnigopal
150. Dasgupta ,Phani Bhushan
151. Dasgupta, Randir
152. Dasgupta, Sudhangshu Lall
153. Dasgupta, Sudhangshu Bhushan
154. Dasgupta, Susheel Kumar
155. Dastidar, Sukhendu Bikas
156. Deb, Biraj Mohan
157. Deb, Chunni Lal
158. Dey, Ananta Lal
159. Dey,Arvind
160. Dey,Gagan Chandra
161. Dey,Gopal Chandra
162. Dey, Haripada
163. Dey, Jamini Kumar
164. Dey, Jyotindra Chandra
165. Dey, Kali kickar
166. Dey,Kamini Kumar
167. Dey, Kiran Chandra
168. Dey, Kirpa Nath
169. Dey, Makhan Lall
170. Dey, Nagendra Lall
171. Dey, Rakhal Chandra
172. Dey, Susheel Kumar
173. Dey, Usha Ranjan
174. Dey, Manen Chandra
175. Dhanvantari
176. Dhar, Dinesh Chandra
177. Dubey, Gauri Shankar
178. Dutt Batukeshwar
179. Dutta, Atul Chandra
180. Dutta, Chittaranjan
181. Dutta, Dhirendra Chandra
182. Dutta, Gaur Gopal
183. Dutta, Harihar
184. Dutta, Hemchandra
185. Dutt, Madhusudhan
186. Dutta, Manindra Lall
187. Dutta ,Manmath Nath
188. Dutta, Mathura Nath
189. Dutta, Nripendra
190. Dutta, Rajat Bhushan
191. Dutta, Santhosh
192. Dutta, Saillesh Chandra
193. Dutta, Surendra Nath
194. Ganguly, Mani
195. Ganguly, Ramani Rajan
196. Gaya Prasad ,Dr.
197. Ghatak, Achyut Nath
198. Ghosh, Abani Ranjan
199. Ghosh, Barindra Kumar
200. Ghosh , Bijoy Kumar
201. Ghosh, Ganesh
202. Ghosh,Kamakya Charan
203. Ghosh, Kumud Nath
204. Ghosh, Narendra Chandra
205. Ghosh, Narendra Prasad
206. Ghosh, Pramtha Nath
207. Ghosh, Pravot Chandra
208. Ghosh, Parimal
209. Ghosh, Sata Ranjan
210. Ghosh, Samarendra Nath
211. Ghosh, Sudhir Chandra
212. Ghoshsu,Kumar
213. Gope, Radha Ballabh
214. Goswami, Murari Mohan
215. Goswami, Prabir Kumar
216. Goswami, Purna Chandra
217. Goswami, Shridhar
218. Guha, Buphesh Chandra
219. Guha, Bidhu Bhushan
220. Guha ,Jogendra Nath
221. Guha, Nirmalendu
222. Guha, Paresh Chandra
223. Guha, Saroj Kanti
224. Gupta, Ananda Prasad
225. Gupta, Gnanan Govinda
226. Gupta, Gulab Chand
227. Gupta, Jeetendra Nath
228. Gupta , Nagendra Nath
229. Gupta, Sachindra Lal Kar
230. Gupta, Surendra Nath Dutta
231. Gurumukh Singh
232. Hazara Singh
233. Home, Sachindra Chandra
234. Kapoor, Jaidev
235. Kar, Govinda Chandra
236. Karanji, Raj Mohan
237. Karmakar, Babhathosh
238. Karamakar, Bholanath Ray
239. Karamakar, Subal Chandra Roy
240. Keor, Uma Shankar
241. Keshav Prasad, Dr.
242. Khanger Haran Chandra
243. Konar, Harekrishna
244. Kundal Lall
245. Lahiri, Birendra Chandra Dr .
246. Lahiri, Sudhanghshu kiran
247. Lalit Mohan Singh
248. Lashkar, Vinay bhushan
249. Mahavir Singh
250. Majumder, Jitendra Chandra Dey
251. Majumder, Jyotish
252. Majumdar, Kirti
253. Majumdar, Prafulla Kumar
254. Majumdar, Satyendra Narayan
255. Majumdar, Sudhangshu Narayan Das
256. Malay Krishan Brahmachari
257. Malik Rakhal Das
258. Mathur, Viswanathan
259. Mehta, Kushiram
260. Mishra, Kanhai Lal
261. Missir, Mahavir
262. Mitra, Ajit Kumar
263. Mitra, Amulya Charan
264. Mitra, Pravot Kumar
265. Mitra ,Sachindra Nath
266. Mitra, Satish Mohan
267. Mohmmed Ibrahim
268. Molla, Jeevan
269. Mondal, Upendra
270. Modak, Nagendra Chandra
271. Moitra, Mohit
272. Mukherjee, Abani Kumar
273. Mukherjee, Abhay Pada
274. Mukherjee, Amarendra Nath
275. Mukherjee, Amritendra Nath
276. Mukherjee, Ananta Kumar
277. Mukherjee, Anil Chandra
278. Mukherjee, Jagananda
279. Mukherjee, Kumud Bihari
280. Mukherjee, Pran Gopal
281. Mustafa, Nagendra Mohan
282. Nag ,Adhir Ranjan
283. Nag, Mohan Lal
284. Naha , Dwijendra Nath
285. Namadav, Mohan Kishore
286. Nanda, Dulal Singh
287. Nandi ,Fanindra Lall
288. Nandi, Sachindra Kumar
289. Nanku Singh
290. Narayan, Shyamdev
291. Niyogi, Ravindra Chandra
292. Pal, Ananda Charan
293. Panda, Bhupal Chandra
294. Patitunta, Bhaba Ranjan
295. Prakashi, Satish Chandran
296. Prem Prakash
297. Puran Chand
298. RahaL,Lalit Chandra
299. Ram Partap Singh
300. Ram Singh
301. Ray, Narayan Chandra
302. Roy, Samadish Chandra
303. Roy, Amulya Kumar
304. Roy, Bangeswar
305. Roy, Benoy Bhusan Dey
306. Roy, Birendra Nath
307. Roy, Dharindhar
308. Roy, Gopendra Lall
309. Roy, Jagat Bandhu
310. Roy ,Jyotirmoy
311. Roy, Kalipada
312. Roy, Khokha
313. Roy, Krishna Chandra
314. Roy, Moti Lall
315. Roy, Mukul Chandra
316. Roy, Nikhil Ranjan Guha
317. Roy, Prabodh Kumar
318. Roy, Pravas Chandra
319. Roy, Ravindra Nath Ghuha
320. Roy, Samadish
321. Roy, Sanatan
322. Roy, Saroj Bhushan
323. Roy, Satish Chandra Bose
324. Roy, Satyendra Chandra
325. Roy, Sailesh Chandra
326. Roy, Sitangshu Bhushan Dutta
327. Roy, Subodh Chandra
328. Roy, Sudhindra Mohan
329. Roy, Sudhir Chandra
330. Roy, Surendhra Mohan Kar
331. Sahay, Ram Chandra
332. Samajdar, Harbandhu
333. Samajdar, Kasbah Chandra
334. Samajdar, Ramendra Nath
335. Samajdar, Sudhir Kumar
336. Sanyal, Prafulla Narayan
337. Sarkar, Bimal Kumar
338. Sarkar, Gamiruddin
339. Sarkar, Karthick
340. Sarkar, Rajani kanta
341. Sarkar, Nepal Chandra
342. Sarkar, Ramakrishna
343. Sarkhel, Surendra Nath
344. Satyabrata
345. Sen, Bidhu Bhushan
346. Sen, Fakir Chand
347. Sen, Lal Mohan
348. Sen, Manindra Chandra
349. Sen, Shanti Gopal
350. Sen,Suneermal
351. Sengupta, Amulya Charan
352. Sengupta,Bijon Kumar
353. Sengupta, Mukul Ranjan
354. Sengupta, Nalini Ranjan
355. Sengupta, Niranjan
356. Sengupta, Prasannata Kumar
357. Sengupta ,Sudhangshu Kumar
358. Sengupta, Sukumar
359. Shaha, Anaath Bandhu
360. Shaha, Bhupesh Chandra
361. Shaha, Bidhyadhar
362. Shaha ,Dinesh Chandra
363. Shaha, Gopi Mohan
364. Shaha ,Haridas
365. Shaha, Manmohan
366. Shaha, Revati Mohan
367. Shaha, Upendra Nath
368. Shambu, Nath Azaad
369. Sharma, Bharat Chandra
370. Sheel, Prakash Chandra
371. Shivam, Sachidananda
372. Shrimani, Kamala kanta
373. Shukla ,Jogendra
374. Shukla, Kedarmani
375. Sinha, Bejoy Kumar
376. Siraj-ul-Haq
377. Sutradhar, Amar Chandra
378. Talpatra, Dwijendra Nath
379. Talikdar, Bebhesh Chandra
380. Talukdar,Debendra Kumar
381. Tarafdar, Benoy Kumar
382. Thakurta ,Jeevan Krishto
383. Thakurta, Manoranjan
384. Tiwari, Kamalnath
385. Venkateshawar Rao, Prativadi Bhayankara
386. Verma, Shiv

Part VI – Members of INA and IIL, Andaman Branch incarcerated in the Cellular Jail under False Spy Cases & later killed during the Japanese Occupation of the Islands 1942-45

Shot Dead at Dugnabad (Port Blair) on 30.3.1943

1. Narayan Rao
2. Itter Singh
3. Gopal krishana
4. Dr. Surendre Nath Nag
5. Andul Khaliq
6. Sub. Suba Khan
7. Chota Singh

Shot Dead at Homfraygunj on 30.1.1944

1. Abdul Jalil
2. Anant lal
3. Bachan Singh
4. Balwant Singh
5. Bunta Singh
6. Bakshi Singh
7. Basant Lal
8. Dulpat Ram
9. Dulip Singh
10. Farzand Ali
11. Fazal Beg
12. Fazal Hussain
13. Gulam Sarvar
14. Gajjan Singh
15. Gyan Singh
16. Gopal Singh
17. Hira Singh Chawla
18. Hammam Singh
19. H.H. Rahlkar
20. Jaswant Singh
21. Jauaram Tiwari
22. Kaur Singh Chawla
23. Kamail Singh
24. Lakshman Dass Sankwa
25. Mohar Singh
26. Malkhan Singh
27. Mulki Raj
28. Mir Alam
29. Mahima Singh
30. Mohammed Khan
31. Noor Hussain Malik
32. Noor Ahamed
33. Noor Mahi
34. Prem Shanker Pandey
35. Pokar Singh Chawla
36. Paras Ram
37. Pratap Nath Nag
38. Radha Kishan
39. Ratan Chand
40. Raj Ratan Dass
41. Satyan Dass
42. Sahib Singh
43. Dr. Sher Singh
44. Uttam Singh

Tortured to Death in the Cellular Jail

1. Bagwan Dass
2. Bakshish Singh
3. Baldev Sahai Gidru
4. Bhikam Singh
5. Charanji Lal
6. Dr.Diwan Singh Dhillon
7. Dhanak Dhari Lal
8. Faizul Hassan
9. Farman Shah
10. Gulab Khan
11. Hari Kishen
12. Lal Singh
13. Moti Ram
14. Niranjan Lal
15. Patti Ram
16. Santa Singh
17. Sangara Singh
18. Santa Singh
19. Muthu Swamy Naidu V.

Additional Resources

A release by the Government of India. It claims that the British tried to fan communal tensions between Hindu and Muslim prisoners even in the Cellular Jail.
An interesting account of a visit to the Cellular Jail
 
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  1. Dr. Rashida IqbalNo Gravatar says
    Hello Hamad Subani , good effort ..at least you should have mention the source of this exhaustive list.
  2. Rajesh K MisraNo Gravatar says
    There are a number of Congress leaders who over the years have enjoyed the fruits of power once the country attained freedom from the British. And some of them as well as their families are still doing so. Can anybody tell me how many of such leaders were imprisoned in Andaman jail and tortured there. I’ll be happy if somebody gives a convincing reply to this query.
    Thanx
    • Hamad SubaniNo Gravatar says
      From what I can tell, not a single Indian political leader (post-independence) has any ties to Andaman, be it Congress or any other party. This is because the post-independence leaders of India were a different people, belonging a different generation.
  3. samir senguptaNo Gravatar says
    There were so many freedom fighters who were held and mercilessly punished by the British Government in Andaman Cellular Jail . But a few of them sent Mercy Petition to the Government .Binayak Damodar Savrarkar was one of the few.
  4. Parthasarathi MukherjeeNo Gravatar says
    Hello, I am in search for Nalini Mohan Mukhopadhyay, alial Nilini, from the dist of Dacca, Manikgunge subdivision, Post- Bhutuni, now in Bangladesh. Was an inmate of Cellular Jail during the freedom movement. Was there till 1944/ 45, so far I know. He was the elder brother of My grandfather NagendraMohan Mukhopadhya. Both were very close to Rasbehari Bose’s extremist movement during the freedom struggle. Can you help me providing any information regarding him?
  5. Hamad SubaniNo Gravatar says
    Hello, I am in search for Nalini Mohan Mukhopadhyay, alial Nilini, from the dist of Dacca, Manikgunge subdivision, Post- Bhutuni, now in Bangladesh. Was an inmate of Cellular Jail during the freedom movement. Was there till 1944/ 45, so far I know. He was the elder brother of My grandfather NagendraMohan Mukhopadhya. Both were very close to Rasbehari Bose’s extremist movement during the freedom struggle. Can you help me providing any information regarding him?
  6. Pawanpreet kaur GrewalNo Gravatar says
    Sardar Jagmail Singh Grewal Freedom fighter
  7. Nirmalya MukherjeeNo Gravatar says
    I have heard from my late father Wing Commander Krishna Chandra Mukherjee (IAF, Retired) who passed away in Kolkata in December 2016 at the ripe old age of 96, that my late grand father Shri Kartick Chandra Mukherjee formerly domiciled in Matiari village, Nadia (W.B.) who passed away in 1973 at the age of 93 was an associate of Bagha Jatin, whom he assisted in his jailbreak by smuggling revolver components into his jail cell, hidden in a melon. Although the British had a suspicion that my dadu could be associated with B. Jatin they had no proof of it, and was therefore under constant surveillance. My father, at that time a young man, who was then working at the Grand Hotel reception in Kolkata was by association also under suspicion of being an activist, and was shadowed by the British C.I.D. wherever he went. Although I have spent half of my 65 years of life living in Western countries, my appreciation of the hard-fought independence that India earned has not been diminished in the least. I salute all our great freedom fighters and can only rue that Netaji S.C. Bose did not come into power after independence for the salvation of India. Jai Hind!
  8. solarchemNo Gravatar says
    I am the grandson of Nadir Ali Shah(listed in 1909-21)
    I like to know more about him.
    Is there any detail available for my grandfather
  9. p mukherjeeNo Gravatar says
    Heard from my family members that Sri Mani Monahan or Manindra mohan Mukherjee was there for long as he was a freedom fighter. Have seen his name in a book Who’s who of Indian Freedom Fighters when I was a school boy. I need to know more about him. Not getting any info from our family. Do not know his whereabouts. Please help.
  10. ASDNo Gravatar says
    I salute your effort! I’m sure you have noted the marble plaques installed on the jail tower walls… They list 100s of prisoners names there.
    • Hamad SubaniNo Gravatar says
      Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
  11. AjoyNo Gravatar says
    Bengal has paid the most and ultimate sacrifice, but never got the due respect and name because of the Gandhi-Nehru jugal bandi ….
    • Hamad SubaniNo Gravatar says
      The British first segregated the Hindu and Muslim population of Bengal on manufactured differences such as language. Bengal was partitioned under British rule in 1905. Few People realised that this was a dry run for the later partition of the entire Indian subcontinent. Why Bengal? Because the British were disturbed by the nationalism that was brewing there.
  12. erfan ahmadNo Gravatar says
    sher ali afridi who killed lord mayo is not given due respect in indian freedom movement history .even his name is not mentioned . his sacrifice and action was great. He should be given his right place in history
    • Hamad SubaniNo Gravatar says
      He is in the list, although his last name Afridi is not.

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