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Thursday, November 1, 2012

Kumud Chandra Deka passes away

People mourn sudden demise of Kumud Chandra Deka,a police officer known for his highest degree of integration, devotion and commitment towards the people for a long period.Kumud Chandra Deka ended his illustrious life on October 30 at his residence at Rasaraj Bi- lane at Hatigaon in Guwahati. At the age of about 69, he breathed his last following a sudden cardiac arrest. He was born on May 6 of 1943. After completing his graduation in arts with Distinction from Bajali College took admission in Gauhati University, but for a short period he joined as a subject teacher in Geography in Choukhuti High School. Later he joined the Assam Police as a Sub Inspector in 1972 and started his career in Udalguri police station. As a tough but people friendly police officer, he enjoyed a high reputation for his service in the various police stations including Panery andKalaigaon. Significantly he rendered his service in Kalaigaon police station for long period of seven years at a stretch as the officer in charge and proved his ability to tackle the situation even at the critical periods. He also served as the officer in charge of Dispur police station.He left behind his wife Minu Chowdhury two sons and a doughter. On receipt of his sudden demise, a number of admirers, relatives and well wishers from Kalaigaon Tangla and other places rushed to his residence to offer their last respect.Senior journalist of Darrang Bhargab Kumar Das, Secretary,Kalaigaon Nagarik Manch Dandi Kumar Boro etc attended his funeral at Bhutnath Crematorium in Guwahati on the Tuesday evening. Various organizations namely Kendukalai of Kalaigaon, Kalaigaon Nagarik Manch, Mangaldai Media Circle, Mangaldai Study Circle have deeply mourned his death.

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