Kuttimalu Amma Anakkara Vadakath

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Kuttimalu Amma Anakkara Vadakath

Birthplace: SH 69, Koottanad, Kerala, India
Death: Calicut, Kerala, India
Place of Burial: Calicut, Kerala, India
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Govinda Menon Perumpilavil and Madhavikutty Amma (Ammu) Anakkara Vadakath
Wife of Madhava Menon Kozhipurath
Mother of Govindan Anakkara Vadakath; Private; Private and Private
Sister of Lakshmi Amma Anakkara Vadakath and Radha Gopi Anakkara Vadakath
Half sister of Private; Private; Madhavi Achutan Kozhipurath; Govindan Govindan Kozhipurath; Private and 1 other

Occupation: Freedom Fighter & Congress Leader
Managed by: Anilkumar Nair Puthalath
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About Kuttimalu Amma Anakkara Vadakath

A.V. Kuttymalu Amma, great Congress leader belonged to Anakkara Vadakkath family at Anakkara near Koottanad.

She attained fame in the 1930s when she was arrested for leading a procession of women during the Civil Disobedience Movement and was put in prison for two years with her two month old baby.

Smt.A.V. Kuttimalu Amma was a top ranking Congress leader of Kerala and a fearless freedom fighter. Born in Anakkara Vadakkath family of Ponnani taluq,S. Malabar, in 1905, Amma was drawn into the freedom movement in her youth. She and her husband K. Madhava Menon (former KPCC President and Minister in Madras State) actively participated in all movements of the Congress .
   Kuttimalu Amma began her public life as an active Khadi and Swadeshi worker in 1930. She led batches of women volunteers and successfully conducted picketing of foreign cloth-shops in Calicut in 1931. During the Civil Disobedience Movement, holding her two month old baby in her arms, she led a procession of women, breaking the ban order in Calicut and was arrested and convicted for two years imprisonment.
   When she reached the jail with her baby, authorities did not allow her to take the baby with her. Kuttimalu Amma insisted that she had every right to take her baby with her into the jail, quoting relevant rules. Finally, the authorities had to accede to her demand. In 1936, she was elected to the Madras Assembly. During individual Satyagraha in 1940, Kuttimalu Amma was arrested and imprisoned for a year. During Quit India Movement, she was detained for two years in the Presidency jail for women.
   After her release in 1944, she took up the task of organising Congress in Malabar and became KPCC President for a term. Kuttimalu Amma had also served as a member of AICC and the Congress Working Committee.In 1946, she was again elected as a member of Madras Legislative Assembly. She was Director of the 'Mathrubhumi' Calicut for some time. She expired in 1986. 
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Kuttimalu Amma Anakkara Vadakath's Timeline

October 4, 1928
Koottanad, Kerala, India
Calicut, Kerala, India
Calicut, Kerala, India