Binny Yanga’s death anniversary observed

NAHARLAGUN, Sep 3: The 4th death anniversary of the Oju Welfare Association’s (OWA) founder, Binny Yanga, was observed in the OWA’s premises here on Tuesday. Yanga passed away on this day in 2015.
Recalling his long association with Yanga, Capital SP Tumme Amo said “she has left a rich legacy, and the present chairperson, Ratan Anya, is breathless in maintaining the tempo.”
The SP, who joined the programme along with SDPO R Kamsi and Naharlgun PS OC, Inspector D Dulom, reminded the gathering that “the OWA’s main motto is service to humanity.”
Amo also administered a “10-point oath” to the gathering, with regard to maintaining law and order. Those present also signed a document containing the oath.
Anya on her part urged everyone to assist the police in maintaining peace. She also lauded the Arunachal Photographic Club members, led by its president Bengia Mrinal, for conducting a photography exhibition and explaining to over 100 students the relevance of photography.
Senior journalist Pradeep Kumar, a member of the OWA team, recited a poem.
Twenty-two inmates of the OWA took part in a drawing competition organised by the Arunachal chapter of the Indian Council for Child Welfare as a tribute to Yanga.
The day was also observed at the Oju Mission Schools in Papu Nallah here and in Wessang in East Kameng district with activities including drawing, debate and extempore speech competitions.