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The old town of wangdiphodrang which  is located near the wangdiphodrang dzong, finely shifted to the new town in Bajo Wangdiphodrang which is about one kilometer away from the old town. The shopkeepers in Gangthangkha,wangdiphodrang  have shifted to the new town except for serval business people.

All the shops in the old town are closed. Their owners have shifted into their new homes in the new town.

When the land in the new town was allotted, 131 businessmen and women received a plot each. Seven of them did not.

They have nowhere to shift. Their only option is to rent a shop in the new town.

Dophu, one of the businessmen, said “the authorities studied our documents and said we would be given a plot each. So far, we have not been.”

Adap Pasang, another businessman, said “the 11 member committee said we will get land to construct a house but we haven’t even today.”

The former town representative who is also a member of the plot allotment committee said the delay was from the ministry of works and human settlement. The committee had submitted the documents to the ministry for approval long ago.

Kesang, a committee member, said “we gave them our word. The documents were not signed by the minister. I don’t know why.”

The ministry had asked two persons to share a plot each. The number of people asking for a plot each has also increased from seven to 24. The seven of them have appealed to the district court.

The works and human settlement minister said the government did consider giving them a plot each but it also had to consider the need to give land to others in the waiting list.

Therefore, the Works and Human Settlement Ministry created five additional plots and included the others in the waiting list.

Lyonpo Yeshey Zimba said that the ministry was ready to give the plots if they were willing to share but now that the case in the court of law, there is nothing the ministry can do except wait for the court ruling.