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CEM Tuliram Ronghang pays tribute to Dhansing Teron

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HT Bureau

DIPHU, Nov 8: Dhansing Teron of Rongmili, Diphu and an employee of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) breathed his last around 6:30 pm on Sunday at the residence of his younger daughter Ni-et Teronpi in Bangalore.

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His body arrived at his Diphu residence on Monday, and his mortal remains are buried at the cemetery of Diphu Baptist Church here.

On Tuesday morning, the chief executive member (CEM), Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC), Tuliram Ronghang visited his residence at Rongmili and offered prayers for the departed soul of the departed. The CEM offered his condolences to the bereaved family. He was accompanied by executive members (EM), KAAC, Mongolsing Timung and Richard Tokbi.

“Offered prayers for eternal peace to the departed soul of Lt Dhansing Teron, Retd S.A. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members,” CEM Tuliram Ronghang said in a social media post.

At the funeral, Teron’s daughter said her father was born on April 26, 1957 and died on November 6, 2022.

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He suffered a cardiac arrest and was on treatment at Apollo Hospital, Bangalore, and later died at the residence of his younger daughter. He was 65.

Late Teron entered into service in the Council in 1978 and served in various posts during his service life. He retired from his service in 2018 as the PA to the CEM. After his retirement, Teron again worked as head assistant at SSA as a contractual employee.

Teron was also associated with sports activities and was the general secretary of Karbi Anglong Sports Association (KASA), was also the referee and chairman of the Technical Board.

He was also an active member of Diphu Baptist Church and held various posts.

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The funeral service was chaired by Deacon, Men Ministry of Diphu Baptist Church, Gobin Tisso and message was given by Senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. Solomon Rongpi. In his message Dr. Rongpi mentioned that late Teron was a God fearing person. He was an active Church member and had supported the Church in various capacities.

The deceased body of Teron was taken to KAAC Secretariat and KASA stadium for people to pay their last respects and to Diphu Church before being laid to rest at Diphu Baptist Church cemetery.

Late Teron leaves behind two daughters, a son and wife.

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