Chandra Shekhar Azad (23 July 1906 – 27 February 1931)
Pritilata Waddedar (5 May 1911 – 23 September 1932)
Prafulla Chaki (1888–1908)
Chandra Shekhar Azad Azad died at Alfred Park in Allahabad on 27 February 1931. The police surround him in the park citing information from an informer. He was wounded in the process of defending himself and Sukhdev Raj and killed three policemen and wounded some others. His actions made it possible for Sukhdev Raj to escape. After a long shootout, holding true to his pledge to never be captured alive, he shot himself dead with his last bullet.
Pritilata Waddedar Pritilata joined a revolutionary group headed by Surya Sen. She led a 15-man team of revolutionaries in a 1932 attack on the Pahartali European Club, which had a sign board that read "Dogs and Indians not allowed". The revolutionaries torched the club and were later caught by the British police. To avoid getting arrested, Pritilata consumed cyanide and die.
Prafulla Chaki The Muzaffarpur killing of Kingsford family, Prafulla and Khudiram decided for separate routes to escape. Prafulla reached Samastipur where he was given shelter and clothing by a railway staff Triguna Charan Ghosh. Ghosh also provided him an inter class ticket in the night train for Mokama. Nandalal Banerjee, a Sub-Inspector of Police, in the same compartment who was returning from his leave suspected Prafulla at Samastipur Railway station. The sub inspector sent telegraphic message to Magistrate Mr Udman at Muzaffarpur and was allowed to arrest Prafulla Chaki. At Mokama Ghat railway station commotion and a short chase ensued. Prafulla was soon cornered and was about to get arrested when he took his own life by firing two shots one at the forehead and the other on the left side of his chest at the head.