The general election results are out to be accepted by all Bhutanese that DPT is no longer a orange-kabney party.
The DPT won 15 seats and PDP secured the majority of 32 seats in the house of representatives of Bhutan, the National Assembly.
A facebook message that came posted on the wall of Jigme Y Thinley 41 minutes ago mentioned the real outcome where he clinched to be the opposition for next five years.
In his message JYT writes, “We will now be in opposition and it is a new opportunity that our party has gained. The party shall endeavor to prove itself worthy of this important role and contribute to the greater good of the King, country and people.”
Messages of congratulations are pouring in for PDP President Tshering Tobgay in his facebook and twitter.
PDP made all clean sweep in the south and south-west constituencies of Samtse, Sarpang, Tsirang, Chukha, Haa in the west, Wangduephodrang, Gasa-Lunana and also made some inroads in the DPT stronghold constituencies of the east.