Bhutan Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, who has visited all the 20 dzongdags across Bhutan for presenting the final report of the 11th Five Year Plan and draft the 12th Plan, on Monday thanked all the 20 dzongdags, dzongkhag officials and the local government members.
Dzongkhag is an administrative and judicial district of Bhutan. The twenty dzongkhags of Bhutan are divided into 205 gewogs.
On Monday, Bhutan PM Tobgay in his Twitter handle stated, “My thanks to all 20 dzongdags, dzongkhag officials and local government members for welcoming and helping us with the presentations.”
Thanking his colleagues for preparing the presentations for the draft 12th Plan, Tobgay also tweeted, “Special thanks to my colleagues at the Gross National Happiness Commission for preparing the presentations and coordinating the meetings.”
Informing that he completed visits to all the 20 dzongkhags, the Bhutan PM tweeted on Monday, “Completed my visits to the 20 dzongkhags to present the 11th Five Year Plan final report and draft 12th Plan by interacting with the local governments and public of Sarpang dzongkhag.”
On July 1, 2018, Tobgay through his Twitter handle informed that he had presented the 11th Five Year Plan final report and draft 12th Plan to the public of Zhemgang dzongkhag’s eight gewogs.
The Bhutan PM also tweeted on Saturday, “Happy to continue my tours to the dzongkhags to present the 11th Five Year Plan final report and a summary of the draft 12th Plan. Enjoyed making my presentation and interacting with the public of Trongsa and its 5 gewogs.”