Vice-president of the Druk National Congress –Democratic (DNC-D), Karma Chhoejay, has resigned quitting his position and even not sustaining his general membership.
“After a lengthy verbal explanation in DNC-D exile office in Kakarvitta, I came to my own conclusion to tender resignation on June 5, 2015,” Chhoejay said in a press statement sent to the Bhutan News Service.
“Upon the trust and faith bestowed in me, I have served the party not only in the capacity of a common member, but also as the party’s vice president.”
According to him, during his tenure with the party, he has neither made any remarkable achievements nor defamed the party, but served sincerely and to the best of his ability.
He further said, “I am confident that I have not performed any of such acts that would have hurt the sentiments of all or any central committee members of the party. However, if there had been such incidents that had caused to misunderstanding or hurting the sentiments of our honorable members, I would like to beg for due apology for the human error.”
Chhoejay hasn’t said anything as regards to what he will be doing after quitting DNC-D.