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Friday, February 20, 2015

From Shingkhar, Zhemgang

It was long journey in those bumpy roads. It takes six hours from Tingtibi to reach my site office at Nimshong. Again it takes two hours to reach the actual work sites. It is tough and tiring even in vehicle in those far roads. Gewog road construction is going on for Shingkhar and Bardo gewog under Zhemgang dzongkhag. I went to sites for handing taking formalities to complete. 

I was told to be careful with work since the area is politically sensitive. I don’t understand why. The only thing I know is that I am taking charge for the service of dear people. Road is necessary for the development to progress. I never expect people disagree and nurse a grievance. 
 
come to consensus~ Image from http://www.wikihow.com/Reach-a-Consensus
It was inspiring to see labors, machine operators, site supervisors and Junior Engineer work hard to reach the road to destiny, gewog centers.  The very tiring work to drill and blast those rocky terrains is dangerous. Despite their hard work they are not happy to hear those hard words of people’s disagreement. They get demoralized. 

I plea, people Please come to a consensus. Let us construct and build for your own benefits. Work is getting delay day by day. 

And for time pass I wrote the poem after listening to people how ZHemgang and Bumthang is connected. It would be great if I get time to reach Bumthang and Mongar from Shingkhar, Zhemgang by walk. 

From Zhemgang Shingkhar to Bumthang Shingkhar,
For excursion that seem convivial forth,
Hoping best to explore beyond
It would be time passing great.
I shalt go~


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18 comments:

  1. Sangay sir I am born and bred in that place. And that is my birth place as well. Yes as you said the people were barbaric in nature. They try to deceive their own fellow villagers, but they cant spaek a word to outside peopel. Regarding GC road to shingkhar I Have been sharing the concern to LG leader of the geowg, yet they lack capaility to resolve the issue at the earliset. Hope everything resume very soon.

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  2. Good luck brother and take care while visiting site. I know you will understand the talk of innocent villagers and convince you are patient engineer.

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    1. Thank you brother. I will try my best~

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  3. It is painful to see why the villages disagree on road alignment and halt construction, They must realize, it is them who will be suffering if the deadlock persist, if what you wrote about is about that Shingkhar farm road.

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    1. Yea it is Shingkhar GC road~ Hoping for the early consensus~

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  4. Sangay, you will show the villagers how much you just want to help them. Once they see they can trust you, it will be much easier. They need to let you help them. It's for their own good. Even if they can't see that now. I hope you get to do the walk.

    Your poem is wonderful. :-)

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  5. Sangay, you will show the villagers how much you just want to help them. Once they see they can trust you, it will be much easier. They need to let you help them. It's for their own good. Even if they can't see that now. I hope you get to do the walk.

    Your poem is wonderful. :-)

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    1. Thank you Robyn for the moving comment~ I hope I can do best to serve them~

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  6. Your poem is beautiful !
    Have a nice weekend !

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  7. Sangay Sir, I have been following your blog for quite sometime now but this is the first time I am commenting. I can truly feel your concern for the innocent villagers out there. It's a sad scenario especially in the rural communities that innocent people r easily brainwashed by people with political differences. But I hope the people will begin to understand the realities and the works would b completed on time.... Thanks for sharing the story. I love your poem la. Keep posting and keep updating us....

    Thanks and take care la.

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    1. Thank you Amrith Sir for having your time to read and comment on my blog~ I am indeed moved. Thank you sir~ I am hoping for the best to do for the people~

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  8. Sangay... I hope they understand that you just want to help them ... sometimes progress is scary to people... people are just not ready for change... once it is there, they are better for it :)

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    1. Thank you maim. Hope people will understand soon~

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  9. I hope everything will be okay. If your intention and purpose is good and selfless, I believe things will work out one way or the other. :)

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    1. I am desiring for the same. Thank you~

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