Bhutan’s Prime Minister, Lotay Tshering has set an example of other ruling leaders of the worlds as only Prime Minister ship is not enough for him and he spend his weekend in serving the patients and he is committed to do so until he died. Tshering is no ordinary doctor. During the week, he also happens to be prime minister in the Himalayan kingdom famous for measuring citizens’ Gross National Happiness.
“For me it’s a de-stresser,” said Tshering, who was elected prime minister of the nation of 750,000 people last year in only its third democratic election since the end of absolute monarchy in 2008. “Some people play golf, some do archery, and I like to operate,” Tshering told international news agency.
“I will continue doing this until I die and I miss not being able to be here every day,” he added. “Whenever I drive to work on weekdays, I wish I could turn left towards the hospital.”
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