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Mongar: Kengkhar-Weringla

Registered voters - 10,856

Male registered voters - 5,251
Female registered voters - 5,605

 

DNT

Kunzang Drukpa
Age: 55
Experience: 34 years as a teacher, school principal, Chief of Personnel and Administration in MHPA.
Education: Master of Education (Leadership and Management).

Describe yourself in three words.
Straightforward, friendly, and helpful.

Your priority for the constituency.
Improving health facilities, improving road network, drinking water supply.

One aspect you like and dislike in the ongoing election process?
Like: That I have been able to partake in it and election officials have become conversant with the processes.
Dislike: Money has come into play.

What according to you is the biggest challenge for the country?
Becoming self-sufficient and employing youth in decent jobs.

Three reasons why people should vote for you.
Relevant party’s ideology (narrowing gaps between haves and have-nots) and manifesto geared to uplift poorer sections of the society.
Understands the difficulties and ground realities of the people in lower rung. Has genuine interest to serve the people with disabilities in particular and the nation.

The first thing you will do if you win.
Make people understand that we are one people under King and not confined to ones’ political parties.

Social media, a boon or bane in this election for you?
A boon.

DPT

Rinzin Jamtsho
Age: 39
Experience: Former Member of Parliament
Education: B.A English (Hons), one-year fellowship in Disaster Management, Climate Change, Public Health Humanitarian Crisis.

Describe yourself in three words.
Modest, compassionate, and humble.

Your priority for the constituency.
Develop plans and programmes like road, electricity, water, education and health services, communications like mobile connectivity and exploring for modern means of transport like airstrips, renovation of community lhakhangs.

One aspect you like and dislike in the ongoing election process?
Like: Increased participation of our people in the democratic process as it is explicit by the voter turnout in the primary round.
Dislike: False promises, fear mongering, and divisive politics.

What according to you is the biggest challenge for the country?
Unity and stability will be the challenge if not properly regulated and monitored.

Three reasons why people should vote for you.
My experience, humility and maturity are the three things why people should vote for me.

The first thing you will do if you win.
We will review the achievements and failures of the past ten years.

Social media, a boon or bane in this election for you?
To me, it was boon as well as a bane. Boon because it keeps the people informed and a bane because people use it as a medium to spread false news about others.