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Keep environment in mind while developing tourism: Jai Ram Thakur

DNDEL13138 | 12/20/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :360


Shimla: For BJP leader Jai Ram Thakur, who is front-runner in the race of CM candidates in Himachal Pradesh, the top most priority would be to develop the state but by keeping environmental issues in mind in this sensitive hilly state.
Having been elected for record fifth time from Seraj in Mandi district, Thakur comes from a humble background of Thunag village which is about 65 kmsfrom Mandi town. It has taken him three-and-a-half decade of hard work to reach where he is.
Having been state president and cabinet minister in Prem Kumar Dhumal’s last cabinet, Thakur is known as a grass-root worker and representative of dominant Rajput community of the state, Thakur spoke to DNA exclusively on issues which he feels are
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