As the then Mongar Dzongda, the Home Minister, Minjur Dorji, had knowingly and intentionally allotted plots to those who are not eligible, according to the Anti-Corruption Commission’s (ACC) rebuttal statement. “He must be held responsible,” it read.
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Since December 11, 2012, Mongar courtroom has been inundated with people involved in the Gyalpoizhing land case.
Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) officials yesterday submitted their rebuttal against Speaker Jigme Tshultim’s statement of December 20, in which he pled not guilty against the ACC’s charges of deceptive practice, official misconduct, sale of Government land and illegal registration of plots.
Gyalpoizhing Land Allotment Case: While the three Allotment Committee members laid the responsibility of decisions taken then on the Committee Chairman, the Anti-Corruption Commission’s (ACC) rebuttal submitted yesterday, to the Mongar District Court, argued that all three were guilty of official misconduct.