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Arunachal: Social worker Teli Hade passes away

 Hade was survived by five wives, 18 son, 16 daughter and around 100 grand children’s.


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One of the great Social worker and reformer of Balijan circle Teli Hade passed away today morning at his residence at Balijan. He was 69 years. Late Hade was a GB and later  Political interpreter (PI) Grade-I of the Balijan Administrative circle of Papum Pare district.

Late Hade belong to a big family of around more than 200 members. Late Hade son of Teli Nigla, 110 years and father who is still alive and living at Jote village in Sangdupota circle of the district. Hade is also the elder brother of former Minister Late T. C Teli who passed away in 2014 last.

Hade, a sincere dedicated social worker of the area, liked by all the people from every community and by the people residing across the boundary(Assam).  Late Hade have been playing several important role in maintaining peace and  tranquility  due to several boundary problem.

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 Hade was survived by five wives, 18 son, 16 daughter and around 100 grand children’s

Camdir Welfare Society (CWS) in a condolence message said that Late Teli Hade was one of the great social workers and reformer and have played his vital role in the work of social activities and peace and tranquility.

He have always been advocating for having hard work which bring good fruit and that fruit will feed up the family and society and at the same time it will also boost up the economy of family and society. He was a soft spoken and always been emphasizing the education is the backbone of the society.

Late Hade will always be remembers by the people of Balijan circle, papum pare district and state for his active association in several social welfare activities of the area, district and state. The CWC release added.

As per family sources, his last rite will be performed at his resident at Lower Balijan where large numbers of family members, clan members, relative and well wishers including lawmakers and others are expected to attend.

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  1. No doubt, he was a good thoughtful man but why did he have so many children, is it right and proper to have so many offspring in this day and age

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