Jai Ram Thakur was given a rousing reception at Namhol in Bilaspur district today. He is on two days tour to Bilaspur and Mandi district.While addressing a well attended gathering at Namhol, he said that the BJP will adopt it's ‘Drishti Patra 2017’ as policy document of the state government.He said that there was no dearth of zeal and enthusiasm, no stone was left unturned to make BJP candidate win, but it was a matter of chance that Shri Randhir Sharma who contested on BJP ticket from Sri Nainadevi constituency lost the elections. Vidhan Sabha will miss Shri Randhir Sharma in the Assembly this time, he said. Though Shri Randhir Sharma lost the elections, he was still a pillar of BJP and will hold say.He said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and National BJP President Shri Amit Shah, State party incharge Shri Mangal Pandey and other senior leaders of BJP contributed a lot for the massive victory of BJP. The present government will ensure neat and clean administration and welfare of the poor, he said. The Chief Minister said that my Government was ever open for suggestions as there was always a scope of improvement and government will welcome suggestions.Shri Randhir Sharma earlier welcomed and honoured the Chief Minister on reaching Namhol. While speaking on the occasion he said that the people have given verdict to the BJP and the Central leadership gave responsibility to Shri Jai Ram Thakur, who is a young and experienced leader of the state and five time MLA from Seraj constituency. I believe that Himachal Pradesh will forge ahead with a new vision and new initiatives. He said efforts would be made to promote tourism activities at Bahadurpur and also redress the grievances of Bhakra Dam oustees.IPH Minister Shri Mahender Singh Thakur, MLAs Shri JR Katwal and Shri Paramjit Singh Pammi, former MLA Shri Rikhi Ram Kaundal Political Advisor to Chief Minister Shri Trilok Jamwal OSD to Chief Minister, Shri Mahender Dharmani and Shri Shishu Dharma and other senior BJP leaders were also present on the occasion amongst others.