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Some earlier relevant feedback:
Impatiens cathcartii Hook.f.
|I am not sure as per images at Impatiens cathcartii|
Do you have any other images?- from me
It matches closely with Impatiens jurpia. Thank you.
I. jurpia and I. cathcartii although typically differentiated by absence of spur on Standard (I. cathcartii) and distinct spur (I. jurpia), but both species show variation from gibbous condition to distinct spur. The only feature seeming to be fixed is glabrous leaves and stem in I. cathcartii and hairy in I. jurpia. By that count it looks I. cathcartii.- from Singh ji