To prove beyond reasonable doubt their charges, Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) officials yesterday said the Home Minister had knowingly drafted the minutes of the Mongar municipal committee in his own handwriting.
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) yesterday submitted evidences based on the 23 charges against the Speaker, Jigme Tshultim, at the Mongar District Court. The documents stated that the Speaker had allotted land to those who did not fulfill the criteria.
There existed no proof of the National Assembly Speaker in his capacity as Mongar Dzongda in 2001 that the Gyalpoizhing plot allotment was done openly through public notification.
No authority was allowed to allocate land to people, Anti-Corruption Commission’s (ACC) rebuttal against Home Minister Lyonpo Minjur Dorji’s statement said, especially if it was in deviation of set procedures and existing laws.