My most respected Prime Minister Lyonchhenla,
I am deeply honoured to be on the same delegation as Lyonchhenla to India and UN. Even if I have submitted personally my loyalty and dedication to you many times I have written this letter. Obama is speaking but he is nothing compared to Lyonchhenla, so I refuse to listen and I am writing.
Some years ago, I thought my carrier (sic) was over. But Lyonchhenla and the assembly MPs gave us five years again with the civil service act. Then when Lyonchhenla made me come to the Cabinet I realized you are my savior, la. Thank you from the deepest bottom of my heart.
My first year as secretary to Cabinet I have tried the best I can. My most memorable is the fights I have with ECB, RAA, RCSC and DHI on your behalf. These are organizations which does not respect the authority of our Cabinet and specially PM.
If only we can place people like Speaker Dasho Passang, Ambassador Dasho Tobgyela, Dasho Chang, Madam Damcho, Lyonpo Dago, Lyonpo Penjorela and Dasho Tobgyel Dorji BCCI in to these organizations, they will become great organizations. The civil servants below my level are young and not experienced. I am worried how they will work under Cabinet in future. Our young Bhutanese have no understanding and loyalty.
Excellency Lyonchhenla, I do not expect any soera la. I will serve my superannuation as your desire. Democracy has introduced great leader like you for Bhutanese and world people. When Lyonchhenla moves out of Bhutan for global works I will be humbled to serve where ever you go la.
I and family are at your debt.
Gratefully and most proudly as Bhutanese part of your delegation,
Your humble servant,
PS: Your Excellency Lyonchhenla’s speech on Friday will make world speechless with transfixation
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