Searching the disintegration plan

You might have wondered why the new posts on this blog are delaying. As I opened y mail there were three mails claiming that I lost my energy to write any more, other five urging for immediate new posts. The comments on the blog and in mail are excellent to read at. The reasons for the delay are different.

Soon after I uploaded by last post, there were news reports saying Bhutan government intended to sell part of the country to India in an effort to secure position from attacks of the southern Bhutanese, especially from those campaigning from their base in Nepal’s UNHCR camps.

It tensed me, if not the Bhutanese regime. The national authority has not reacted to such a sensitive issue. It is said, remain quite sometimes mean accepting what has been said. The government must speak what is the fact, and if it did not do so, the conscience would be that the newly revealed issue would be correct.

After the exposure of the news, I could not tolerate it. I thought this has to be investigated, and if correct the people of Bhutan must not forgive the tyrant Jigme for his lust to power in exchange for losing the sovereignty of the kingdom. Fro years, we have talked of sovereignty and national integrity, foremost by the rulers. In early 1990, during the tussle between the ngalongs and the lhotsampas, the ngalongs blamed southerners of trying to disintegrate the nation. And now, the turn is of the ngalongs to receive similar blames.

Unable to believe, I made up the minds to travel to Delhi, to find out the clue, if possible. For a week I remain in Delhi telephoning people if the news is correct. On eight day, I finally received the copy of the paper being cited by the news.

The posts at bhutantimes.com against this news were of course mixed. Insiders claimed this was propaganda, outsiders claimed this was the best instance of foolish act of the monarch and his aides. Initially, I did not believe such document exists but as I found the copy, it astonished me.

It forced me to believe since the paper was produced for institutions like Oxford University, United Nations University, Tokyo University and it would be again foolish to believe that such reputed institution accept the propagandist document. Somewhere in the corner, the fact is hiding. The Indian and the Bhutanese regimes have the details, yet both remain mum. It is of greater concern for Bhutanese people than Indians, and the rulers must answer the people what the fact is.

There are no exact dates but circumstances presented in the document reveals that the proposal of the wangchuks had come at around end of 1990s, which the Indian government immediately rejected assuring greater support to bar those in Nepal from returning. Incidentally, in around this period, the government had filled up the vacant villages in eastern central lowlands but not in the western.

During my interaction with other people, it was revealed that the district Bhutan proposed to disintegrate was Samtse (previously Samchi). Having failed to find out enough information regarding the cede, I traveled to Gantok, where Mr Lama lives. There I came to know that Mr Lama is the vice chancellor of the Sikkim University. Repeatedly, I urged him to tell the remaining truth, he denied. He only said Bhutan proposed ceding some land from southern belt to India where lhotsampas still categorized as illegal immigrants and those to be repatriated from Nepal are to be settled.

As I traveled back to Samtse, I met a driver who was involved in ferrying people from northern Samtse to other central-southern districts. This was a planned action to vacate the place to settling the so-called illegal immigrants and repatriated lhotsampas. The villagers ferried to other places were called that they have been rescued from that place because government will have war with ULFA and other militants in that area.

I concluded, the proposal was the result of desperation. As people continue to seek rulers committed to national integrity, the desperate move of the regime has pinch the people. They must be given the answer. Question has to be raised if a ruler trying to disintegrate the nation has authority to continue ruling.

May be, realizing this, the father Jigme had abdicated. In early 1990 he said he would abdicate if he could not settle the southern Bhutan issue. His abdication and proposal to disintegrate the country, is the indication of his failure to rule the country. Can the new tyrant, indoctrinated in the same line, work for stability, peace prosperity and integrity of the nation? It is time to question.  

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9 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Sangay Tenzin said,

    IF IT IS TRUE JIGME MUST BE HUNG NEXT TO THE TYRANT SADDAM.

    PEOPLE MUST WAKE UP FROM SLUMBER TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN.

    WAKE MY COUNTRY MEN WAKE! DO NOT IGNORE VIOLENCE!

  2. 2

    diki said,

    Hi blog writer,
    It seems this blog is blocked inside Bhutan because when I tried to open at P/ling it didi not work. But as I tried from India it again worked.
    Please check it.
    Diki

  3. 3

    longkumar said,

    who cares whether its blocked or not. If its possible to shit in the net i will prefer to shit here.

  4. 4

    elvis said,

    Why nepali wear tight pants?

  5. 5

    longkumar said,

    and why do they wear that funny topi?

  6. 6

    rose said,

    Hey Elvis and Long kumar, why do drukpas wear the tight pants and long jones inside gho and gho which actually is a skirt. And how come your King’s crown has shit eating raven.

  7. 7

    markofando said,

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  8. 8

    rose said,

    I feel sorry for those pathetic Bhutan Times forum members. They are pouring all their energy to bring down the whole Nepali community. I have one question for them, How come whenever they meet Nepalese in foreign country they feel Nepalese are their closest ally, borothers and sisters. Bhutanese also make it an effort to speak in Nepali to impress the Nepalese. You guys are two faced people. You guys do the same thing to Indians, you call them Jagas and treat them inhumanly in Bhutan, yet you go to India with begging bowl to fund your five your plan.

    Bhutan’s Army is fed and clothed by India, Bhutan must be the only country where Indian Army occupies the prime land in the Capital city, Thimphu. Yet you guys talk about Sovereignty. You have sold your sovereignty to India long time ago.

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