Helang-comter, as pronounced by the Khengpas, hela-kotta as pronounced by the sharshops, hali-kabutaar as pronounced by the lotshampas or helicotper as pronounced by the Government; whatever the pronunciation, Bhutan is finally getting one.
However the member of the parliament is currently in the middle of hot discussion. The color of the helicopter is still undecided and remains biggest obstacles ahead. The female member of the parliament suggested pink/leopard print, while the male member suggested something of a darker shade. And as it turns out, until and unless we do not come to an agreement on the color, the helicopter is not coming anywhere sooner. The health minister even took to the Facebook asking for the fans to comment the color. The opposition party however condemned the dispute as buffoonish and childish.
While the argument still went on, The Royal Bhutan Helicopter Services Ltd. went ahead and launched the Helicopter service yesterday inaugurated by the hon’ble Lyonchen himself. In what followed, thousands of fans took it to the social medias to ridicule the launch for the silly spelling mistake while totally remaining ignorant to the fact that we were actually getting a Namdoo helang-comter.
Mr. Nakphey, a yak harder in Laya said that this is going to highly increase the health service in the country. “I no more have to fear any bear attack.” he added, while soaked in the remorse of how his late father was mauled by bear.