PASIGHAT: The state of Arunachal Pradesh has been immensely shaped by the contribution of outsiders who came and helped grow the market structure in the state. The indigenous Communities have also shown an equal bond of responses for ages. One such old trader and a businessman from Pasighat was Bindyeshwar Singh who breathed his last at Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon on 6th Oct 2021.
About Bindyeshwar Singh
Singh was Born on 15th July 1942 in Manpursauli village, Ishuwarpur, Saran district, Bihar, and he was the eldest son of Indrasan Singh and Chandra Devi.
Bindyeshwar came to Pasighat in 1951 and matriculated from the then Pasighat Government School in 1962 and later went to prestigious Dibrugarh Hanuman Bux Surajmal Commerce Konoi College and graduated in the year 1966.
He is survived by his wife, five daughters, two sons, and grandchildren.
The loved ones in Pasighat have always taken him not just as a businessman but also a philanthropist who died at Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon on Wednesday at the age of 79.
He was supposedly admitted to Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon on September 7 and was on Life Support System, this statement came from his family source.
How Pasighat bid him adios
His demise has been mourned by the Pasighat Market Association, Chamber of Commerce and several other organizations.
Kaling Moyong and Ninong Ering and Lombo Tayeng in their condolence messages remembered Singh as a special person, who taught all the value of doing things the right way and of taking the time to build long-lasting relationships.
Deputy Commissioner Kinny Singh in her condolence message stated that “Singhji was many things to many people across the district and beyond. He embodied the true spirit of entrepreneurship through his many impactful endeavors that boosted the oldest city’s economy, with incomparable enthusiasm”.
Pasighat Market Association president and secretary O Ering and Mingge Tasung respectively condoled the death.
As a mark of respect, all business activities remained closed today in the township. (DIPRO)