Arunachal

Arunachal: Bengia Bojok, Superintending Engineer Power (Electrical) passes away

In his death, the state has lost one of its best performing Govt machinery which will be hard to fill in immediate future.


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Bengia Bojok, Superintending Engineer Power (Electrical) passed away this morning. He was around 54 years.Late Bengia Bojok was a man of independent nature, thus always remained distant from sycophancy, private attachment or advantages all through his career…

late Bojok was a product of Sainik school, Imphal and first graduate engineer from the then undivided Kurung Kumey district and was serving as SE Power (Electrical) till his death early this morning at around 5 AM due to prolong illness.

The family sources inform that Late Bojok could have been an officer in the Indian Armed Forces as he had qualified NDA.

In his death, the state has lost one of its best performing Govt machinery which will be hard to fill in immediate future.

Lojok with first class marks while clearing his B.E(Elect) from Muzafarpur Institute of Technical University, Bihar in 1985-1986 and joined as Assistant Engineer(Power)in 1987 under Power Department,

Posted and served in many places, during his long-term service as Assistant Engineer, Power like Panggin in Siang District, Boleng, Aalo, Bameng under East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh

Later he was promoted to the post of Executive Engineer with his first posting at Aalo Electrical Division as well as at Seppa Electrical Division. He was promoted to the post of Superintendent Engineer in 2017-2018 .

Born to  Bengia Takar of Menghey Village under Koloriang Administrative Circle in 1965. Did his primary education from Government Middle English School, Koloriang up to Class V.

He was selected to Sainik School Imphal(National Defence Academy)in 1975-1976 through a competitive Examinations.

He completed his education from Sainik School Imphal from Class VI to Class XII and then choose to proceed for Engineering studies.

He left behind his wife, a Son  and two daughters, Dr Bengia Mepung Hillang and Dr Bengia Meling.

A man of straight forwardness, a man of dedication, well mannered and discipline in nature and helpful to classes of people.

His untimely demise is an irreparable loss to the Society and the Clan members of the Bengia family.

Several top leaders, officers of the various department, family friends and clan members rushed to resident of Late Bojok at Jullang and paid homage to the departed soul to rest in peace.

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