ITANAGAR- Member of Legislative Assembly from Lumla Assembly constituency, Jambey Tashi passed away this morning at Guwahati Downtown hospital. He got elected as MLA 3 times since 2009.
In 2009, Jambey Tashi was elected unopposed from 1-Lumla Assembly Constituency on a Congress ticket. In the 2014 election for the Lumla Legislative Assembly, he defeated Independent candidate Theg Tse Rinpoche, on a Congress ticket, by 1499 votes. In 2019 Legislative Assembly elections, he rode on a BJP ticket and defeated Jampa Thrinly Kunkhap of NPP by 1288 votes.
He Passed Class 10th In 1991 From Govt Higher Secondary School Tawang / Pass Class 12th In 1993 From govt Higher Secondary School Tawang / Pass B.A. in 1997 From Zakir Hussain College University of Delhi.
The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh Brig. (Dr.) B.D. Misha (Retd.) has condoled the sudden demise of Member of the State Legislative Assembly Shri Jambey Tashi.
Expressing shock and grief about the sad demise of the young and dynamic leader from Lumla in Tawang District, the Governor said that the State of Arunachal Pradesh has lost a popular energetic leader, who made valuable contributions towards the development of the State in various capacities.
Joining the people of Arunachal Pradesh in the hour of grief, the Governor offered prayers to the Almighty to give fortitude to the members of the bereaved family of Late Tashi to bear the irreparable loss and eternal peace for the departed soul.
Chief Minister Pema Khandu has expressed extreme grief and pain over the sudden demise of legislator colleague and close relative Jambey Tashi, who breathed his last this morning at a Guwahati Hospital following a brief illness.
“Demise of elder brother Sri Jambey Tashi ji, Hon MLA of Lumla Assembly Constituency is a huge personal loss to me and I am so deeply pained at this tragedy. I join the family in my prayers for the departed. Dear Brother, may you attain supreme bliss of Nirvana,” Khandu said in a message.
Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein expressed extreme shocked and sorrow on the sudden demise of Lumla MLA, Jambey Tashi who was also the Advisor to Minister (Planning & Investment, etc).
In condolence message to Tashi’s wife Tsering Lhamu, he said that “Late Jambey Tashi was one of the most enthusiastic, energetic and hard-working persons I have worked with”. Informing that he was associated with him for a very long time, he said, “Tashi was very sincere and dedicated towards his work and very much concerned about the development of his constituency”. “In his demise, we have lost a competent and promising legislator of the State. His untimely demise is not only a great loss to the people of Tawang but to whole of the State”, he added in his message.
In a joint statement, Lombo Tayeng, CLP Leader , Ninong Ering, MLA , Wanglin Lowangdang, MLA said that ” Lt. Jambey Tashi was a very young, energetic and vibrant leader of the State, whose contribution for welfare of the people and all round development of his home Constituency in particular and State as a whole will be always remembered. His untimely demise is a great loss for Arunachal Pradesh. At this hour of grief, we extend our heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members & well wishers. May God bestow enough strength to bear the irreparable loss cause to them. May his soul find solace and rest in eternal peace in heavenly abode.
APPC president and former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki in his condolence message said that “ I am deeply saddened and anguished to hear about the sudden and untimely demise of one of my colleague Jambey Tashi, MLA, Lumla Constituency of Tawang District. His untimely demise will leave behind a vacuum for the people of the constituency as well as State of Arunachal Pradesh which can’t be fulfilled. I had a very long association with Late Jambey Tashi. He was a leader with farsighted vision towards the development of the downtrodden of his society with exemplary personality. convey my heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members and loved ones and pray to Almighty God to give them abundant strength to bear the irreparable loss. May his departed soul rest in eternal peace in heavenly abode.
Arunachal Chamber of Commerce & Industries president Tarh Nachung, secretary general Toko Tatung and chief advisor Pradeep Kumar said that his invaluable contributions as a visionary leader to state building, particularly in border areas and to growth of trade and commerce, are unparalleled. We, on behalf of the trading community of the state, convey our deep sense of condolences to the bereaved family and pray for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace
More condolence messages awaited …