Condolences pour in for Kangir Jamoh

ITANAGAR, Feb 8: The Arunachal Indigenous Tribes’ Forum (AITF) has deeply mourned the demise of its vice chairman and former state BJP president, Kangir Jamoh.
In a condolence message, AITF chairman Bengia Tolum on Thursday said, ‘Kangir Jamoh was the most popular figure not only among the Adis but the entire Arunachal society. Known for his commitment towards Adi society and pan-Arunachal identity, Jamoh had travelled with AITF teams and reached out to other communities across the state to promote unity and inclusive growth amongst all tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. He was also a renowned orator who was respected by all generations. With his demise Arunachal has lost one of the most respected and fatherly figures of our state.’
The AITF along with representatives of several apex community-based organisations of the state held a condolence meeting in Itanagar, during which they observed a two-minute silence as a mark of respect for the departed soul.
The Nyishi Elite Society (NES) in its condolence message informed that its members observed a two-minute silence for Jomoh at its headquarters in Jullang on Thursday.
During the meeting, the members recalled Jamoh’s immense contributions to the society and termed his demise a great loss not only to the Adi community but the entire state.
The Mishmi Welfare Society and the Donyi Polo Yelam Kebang, Itanagar, have also deeply mourned Jamoh’s demise, and prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul.