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Gandhian Janardan Pathak no more

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DIPHU, Feb 11 � Veteran Gandhian Janardan Pathak is no more. Pathak breathed his last on Monday night at his own residence at Diphu at around 9.20 pm. He was 94.

The veteran Gandhian was born at Tihu in Nalbari district in 1921. While studying BCom at Gujarat, Pathak went to Sewagram Ashram and came in contact with Mahatma Gandhi. After his visit to the ashram, Janardhan Pathak became determined to follow the ideals of Gandhiji and work accordingly.

Pathak came to Sarihajan in Karbi Anglong in 1948 and settled down permanently. He helped leprosy patients as a part of his social service and formed several Sewa Kendras in Karbi Anglong. Besides, he dedicated himself to the cause of education among the backward tribal people.

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Gandhian Janardan Pathak no more

DIPHU, Feb 11 � Veteran Gandhian Janardan Pathak is no more. Pathak breathed his last on Monday night at his own residence at Diphu at around 9.20 pm. He was 94.

The veteran Gandhian was born at Tihu in Nalbari district in 1921. While studying BCom at Gujarat, Pathak went to Sewagram Ashram and came in contact with Mahatma Gandhi. After his visit to the ashram, Janardhan Pathak became determined to follow the ideals of Gandhiji and work accordingly.

Pathak came to Sarihajan in Karbi Anglong in 1948 and settled down permanently. He helped leprosy patients as a part of his social service and formed several Sewa Kendras in Karbi Anglong. Besides, he dedicated himself to the cause of education among the backward tribal people.