Not everyone is born with a silver spoon in their mouth to afford an electric car, though. For instance, this is what Dhan Maya (name changed), a concubine of contractor Taula from Thimphu had to say: “Since Electric cars are out of our means, we will have to rely on bullock carts and horses to travel.”
Tshilthrim, a shopkeeper from Thimphu also said that he is going to build a sled where he will deploy four of his unemployed sons to mush his goods from the truck parking to his shop.
Speaking to our senior field correspondent Dawa Tintin, ex-Thrompon Dolom Tashi said that they have already made provisions for horse lanes. He also stated that since there is no longer the need for creating jobs as most of the Bhutanese youths can easily get employment in Arab countries; the Government is planning to shut down most of the factories in Pasakha. “We have to remain Carbon Sink at any cost,” he added.
In related news, as the mating season for dogs arrive, tourists count for Bhutan is expected double this year compared to the earlier year. “The annual dog mating festival is one of our top selling tour itineraries,” said a travel agent owner.
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