Condolences pour in for Kangir Jamoh

Condolences pour in for Kangir Jamoh

ITANAGAR, Feb 8: Condolence messages are still pouring in large numbers from different stratum of the society for the premature demise of the popular leader from Adi community Kangir Jamoh, who passed away at a Guwahati hospital on Feb 6 last.

Arunachal Indigenous Tribes’ Forum (AITF), a conglomeration of all apex community-based organisations of the State, expressed shock and sadness on untimely demise of its vice chairman Jamoh.

The AITF along with the representatives of all apex CBOs of Arunachal Pradesh in a condolence meeting today observed a two minutes’ silence to pray for eternal peace of the departed soul. It also conveyed heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members.

The Nyishi Elite Society (NES) also deeply condoled the death of Jamoh. The NES executives observed a two minutes silence at its headquarters, Jullang, and recalled their association with the tall social leader of eminence and termed his demise as a national loss!

With his demise, the Nyishi community joins the Adi community in this hour of grief and sorrow and prays the Almighty to grant eternal peace to the great soul and bestow enough strength to the bereaved family members to bear the crisis.

Mourning the sudden passing away of the father figure of All Arunachal Tribes Forum (AITF) Kangir Jamoh, Mishmi Welfare Society (MWS) chairman Dr Sopai Tawsik said in his death, Arunachal has lost a visionary social worker and a vacuum has been created in Adi society with his demise. He on behalf of MWS conveyed condolences to the family of late Jamoh and prayed for his eternal peace.

Donyi Polo Yelam Kebang (DPYK), Itanagar and Itanagar Mebobian Welfare Kebang (IMWK) also expressed deep shock over the demise of senior leader of Adi community Kangir Jamoh, and prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul. They also prayed to Almighty Donyi-Polo to give enough strength to the bereaved family members to bear the irreparable loss.

Mourning the demise of Kangir Jamoh, Arunachal Pradesh Forest Corporation Limited Chairman Talo Mugli said that it is a great loss not only for the Adi community but for the entire State. Chairman of Eco Friendly Society Sikka Gapak said that Arunachal has lost a great social activist and a gentleman. Gapak, who is also ex-president of All Nyishi Students’ Union (ANSU), recalled working with him and said it was an honour to have worked with Jamoh, who was like a father figure.

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