|Name||Dasho Karma Rangdol|
Karma Rangdol, 61, began his career in 1978 after graduating from St. Stephens College, Delhi University, India, with a Bachelor of Arts (English Honours).
He served in three prominent financial institutions, as CEO, gargering 25 years of experience in Finance, Insurance and Banking.
Steadfast in his conviction that the key to Lhuentse Dzongkhag’s prosperity lies in constructing the Shingkhar-Gorgan road, he wants to ensure that this is done as early as possible. He also believes that it is imperative for Bhutan to achieve self-reliance by 2020.
|Name||Dasho Tshering Tenzin|
Another former Member of Parliament, Tshering Tenzin has a diploma in Electrical Engineering and a Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Italy.
He began his career with the Department of Telecom where he worked for 15 years. He later served as Chief of the ICT and Media Division of Bhutan InfoComm and Media Authority (BICMA).
He wants to usher rural prosperity in Lhuentse through the Shingkhar-Gorgan road which will go on to connect Trashiyangtse and all the way to Nganglam in the south. He believes that such a development will go a long way towards ensuring that Lhuentse no longer remains a remote Dzongkhag.