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..Samuh offers de-suups free viewership programmes

Staff Reporter

To commemorate the 10th Royal Wedding Anniversary, de-suups hoisted more than 2,000 of His Majesty’s Zhabten prayer flags along the Kuenselphodrang road leading to the Buddha Statue yesterday. Zhung Dratshang’s Laytshog Lopon Sangay Dorji presided over the cleansing ritual of the Lungdhar. Coordinated by the former prime minister Dasho Tshering Tobgay and the De-Suung office, the specially designated Lungdhar has the inscription of Long Life Prayers for His Majesty The King. Members of the Parliament attended the prayer flags hoisting programme along with 500 de-suups.

Meanwhile, the online entertainment platform Samuh offered special viewership programmes for de-suups as a gesture of admiration for their service, and in commemoration of the 10th Royal Wedding Anniversary.

Under Samuh’s De-Suung Kadrin Gatshor programme, de-suups deployed on border duty can access Samuh for free for a period of two months. Additionally, all other de-suups not on border duty are eligible for a 50 percent discount on the basic Samuh subscription plan from October 2021 to March 2022.

“As an organisation largely made up of youth, De-Suung is pleased to collaborate with Samuh to bring local films, entertainment shows, and music to the young people working at the frontlines to serve the nation,” a press release stated. “De-Suung also supports the creative industry and all our young creators and encourages them to aspire for excellence in their work.”

“On behalf of all 23,000 de-suups, we offer our wishes to our King and Queen on the 10th Anniversary of the Royal Wedding. We remain ever grateful for Their Majesties’ love and guidance to De-Suung and the nation as a whole,” a press release from De-Suung stated.




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