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Usha Mukherjee was an Indian activist of the ‘Ayaan Samiti’, and ‘Swadesh Seva’ during Indian Revolution. Mukherjee, also called as Myna was the daughter of Manorama Devi and the sister of Parul Mukherjee, Amulya Mukherjee, and Guruprasanna Mukherjee. Parul Mukherjee was known for the Titagarh Conspiracy Case, and Amulya Mukherjee was a leader in a revolutionary organization.
Mukherjee was an activist in the voluntary force for the conference held at Comilla, formed by her sister Parul Mukherjee. She was one of the women revolutionaries convicted in Bengal and confined to Hijili Jail during 1934-37.
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