Press neighborhood mourns demise of comrade’s brother

ITANAGAR, 28 Dec: The media neighborhood of the state has deeply mourned the demise of Taniyang Ningee, elder brother of comrade Taggu Ningee, who works on the Echo of Arunachal day by day.

Taniyang (51) suffered a strain stroke and was instantly taken to NIBA Hospital, Naharlagun, in a critical situation on Sunday. He breathed his final on his method to Guwahati on the identical day.

The state’s media neighborhood prolonged heartfelt condolences to the bereaved household and prayed for everlasting peace of the departed soul.

Members of the Arunachal Pradesh Union of Working Journalists, the Arunachal Press Membership and the Arunachal Digital & Digital Media Group paid homage to the deceased at his household residence in Hollongi village right here on Monday.

Late Taniyang was serving as part officer at Rajiv Gandhi College (RGU), Rono Hills, and is survived by his spouse, 4 sons and one daughter.

He had joined RGU (then referred to as Arunachal College) as an LDC in 1993, and had been promoted as UDC in 1997, and was once more promoted as part officer in 2011.

Taniyang was additionally related to varied social actions.

The Rajiv Gandhi College (RGU) neighborhood additionally deeply mourned the sudden and untimely demise of Taniyang.

In a condolence assembly, the college positioned on report the precious providers rendered by Taniyang in varied capacities on the RGU.

“He was very hardworking, devoted and honest to his works and immensely contributed to the college. He was additionally very lively in social works and neighborhood providers. He was very amiable and was beloved by all members of the college neighborhood. We pray to almighty god to bestow sufficient power to the members of the bereaved household to beat this unpalatable grief and sorrow. Might his soul relaxation in peace,” the college stated in a message on Monday night.

The deans of schools, administrators/heads of departments/institutes, coordinators, statutory officers, academics, different officers, and non-teaching workers of the college noticed a two-minute silence as a mark of respect to the departed soul.

The college remained closed for the remainder of the day.

The All Nyishi Youth Affiliation (ANYA) has additionally expressed shock over the premature demise of Taniyang Ningee.

In a press release, ANYA common secretary Bengia Tada termed his demise a colossal loss to the Nyishi society.

“Now we have misplaced one advantageous gentleman and true officer of the neighborhood. On behalf of the neighborhood, the ANYA conveys condolences to the household and prays for everlasting peace of the departed soul,” Tada stated.

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