ITANAGAR, FEB 7: Chief Minister Pema Khandu has mourned the sad and untimely demise of Adi Baane Kebang (ABK) President Kangir Jamoh who breathed his last in a Guwahati Hospital on Tuesday last.
In his condolence letter to Smt. Padmeswari Jamoh, wife of Late Kangir Jamoh, CM wrote “with a heavy heart, I write to share the grief of losing one of the most prominent personality of Arunachal Pradesh, Late Shri Kangir Jamoh, former State BJP President and a senior leader from the Adi community who also held the post of President in Adi Baane Kebang (ABK) till his last breath on Tuesday at a Guwahati based hospital.
Late Jamoh was hailing from Komkar village of Upper Siang district and graduated from JNC Pasighat. He cracked APCS examination and became the first APCS officer from the village. He served as Circle Officer in various places. In the later part of 90s, Late Jamoh resigned from the Government job and joined BJP. He was selected as the President of the State Unit of BJP during 1998-2003. During his tenure as President Adi Baane Kebang (ABK), he was instrumental in bringing many reformations in Adi society.
CM Khandu recalled Late jamoh’s contribution in maintaining communal harmony in the state. In adding in his condolence, Khandu said he was a person of high probity who was disciplined and committed and had actively participated in giving valuable inputs during preparation of Budget for 2017-18 when the State Government had invited the CBOs for their suggestions.
In his demise, Arunachal has lost a first generation leader, a social activist and a great gentleman Khandu said. CM Khandu believe that leaving this mortal world will not diminish the love and affection showered on him by the people and his god-fearing soul will remain immortal.