It’s with terrifying, sadness and shocking news that I must inform you all again, that a valued member of the community Mr Dharmalal Limbukhim (DOB: 1 Jan 1941) has suddenly passed away early in the morning on 12 Jan 2021 beloved father of Mr Netra Limbukhim (treasury). Whole community were an aware of his situation but he was doing okay since he was recovered from previous illness but unfortunately, he left us forever and entirely Community have been sadden with these kinds of tragic again and again.
He was most senior member in our community and it is greatest lost for Kirat Yakkha Chhumma UK branch. He was originally from Shankhuwa Shabha, Chapabhui, Khamsiling and he was currently living in Ashford, Kent.
No further details have been given at present regarding to funeral arrangements however, these will be released in due course.
I personally and on behalf of Kirat Yakkha Chhumma UK, our heartfelt deepest condolence to his breve family and relatives in this exceedingly difficulty moment. We pray for his departed to soul rest in peace.
If you require further information, please contact the following personnel.
DONATIONS UPDATE FOR LATE MR JAHAJIT & MRS JITKUMARI LIMBUKHIM.
Respected KYC UK Chairman all executive committee and all members,
For your kind info and update in regards to above subject matter. Only 91 members were contributed this compulsory donation for Late Mr Jahajit & Mrs Jitkumari Limbukhim,
91x members and 3x Cheli in total 94 members were kindly transferred their contributions into KYCUK bank account and managed to collect £9702 and handed over to Mr Prakash Limbukhim son of Late Mr Jahajit & Mrs Jitkumari Limbukhim by KYCUK Chairman Mr Gunaraj Khayakhim on 7 Jul 20.
Those who contributed the donation thank you very much for your support and very much appreciated,
Should you have any query or concern about this matter please give me a call or SMS me.
Dear CM jyu, EC Members, advisors and all members Sewayo!
As all Kirat Yakkha Chhumma UK members know that we have collected financial support for the late Umesh Dewan. The collection date ended on 21st June 2018 and a grand total of £4518.00 was raised however due to many reasons KYCUK was unable to hand over that money to the family. Finally, KYCUK managed to hand over the money to the late Umesh Dewan’s family on Tuesday, the 3rd July 2018. Chairman of KYCUK Mr Dhan Rogu handed over the cheque sum of £4518.00 (Four thousand five hundred and eighteen pounds) to the parents of Umesh Dewan, Mr Hom Prasad Dewan and Mrs Chunna Dewan at their own residence in 76 William Street, Grays, ESSEX in the presence of some Yakkha Members.
The parents and family have appreciated the support provided and the love shown in this difficult time of sorrow and sadness by all Yakkha members and the committee itself. Parents have conveyed their appreciation and thanks to the committee and all member of KYCUK from their bottom of the heart.
Please see the attached files for more details of the collection. Finally, I would like to say a big thank you to all members for supporting the helping hand scheme and your love and support to the bereaved family. If you have any questions or queries please do contact me thank you.