Response to Expired drugs prescribed to patients by MoH
How can expired drugs be used? It’s dangerous and what is the guarantee of the tests. I think first Doctor’s kids must be given the drugs and then to the patients. Are the doctors sure about its usage after its expiry? Bhutanese hospitals are fast becoming like private Indian hospitals now. We can’t fully trust our MoH now. Next time it could be you or me in the hospital.
This is a nice job done by the Bhutanese. DRA must do something about it as it is dangerous.
Response to “The government is being viewed as autocratic, intolerant and vindictive”
Phub Wangdi has in a nut shell said all what quite a few of us believe to be the truth but can’t express the way he did. He has been following the events at home carefully and has put in proper perspective the strange ways of our first democratically elected leaders. It is certainly food for thought and our leaders ought to read it as a sign of what thinking people are thinking. It would be prudent and wise to take heed and learn from such remarks and not condemn it as biased or anti DPT. After all, the future of our country is more important than empty loyalty to a Party.
A very well written article. It is indeed worrying and sad for the people and the country and the first democratically elected government has been doing everything but uphold democratic principles.
This guy is a big joke who has been reading too much of the ‘Bhutanese’ lately and has to be ignored. Absolutely no merit in what he writes simply because his views are as myopic as it can get. The answer to whether the DPT government has been good or bad will be decided at the ballot box in 2013, I am sure that question will be answered decisively either way, come April/May of 2013.To the author of this piece, my advice would be to better concentrate on his studies instead of trying to decipher what the government is doing.
The only defense the DPT has is to say truth speakers are biased.
Response to 11th Plan needs to create 140,000 jobs
MOLHR policy is to drag every mule kicking and screaming to the water at great national expense. Ultimately, you can’t make the mules drink that water. Expensive training is no substitute to having an attitude to work. Don’t waste scarce resources on people unless they come half way. Why don’t you first establish that ‘half way’ point before giving training?