A five-star hotel in Guwahati, where rebel Shiv Sena MLAs from Maharashtra are staying, has emerged as one of the nerve centers amid these incidents.Uddhav Thackeray Govt.
Sources have told NDTV that 70 rooms have been booked for seven days. The MLAs, led by Eknath Shinde, were earlier at a hotel in Surat in BJP-ruled Gujarat after they reached there on Monday. They reached Guwahati in another BJP-ruled state of Assam on Wednesday.
According to sources in the hotel and local politicians, the seven-day tariff for rooms at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati is Rs 56 lakh. Add to this the estimated daily cost of food and other services at Rs 8 lakh per day.
The hotel has 196 rooms. Apart from the 70 rooms booked for MLAs and their teams, the management is not accepting new bookings, except those already booked on corporate deals. Plus, the banquette is closed, so is the restaurant, except for those staying in the hotel.
full price ““This will include chartered flights and other transport arrangements, in addition to other expenses that may not be known as of now.
Eknath Shinde, who is camping in Guwahati with around 40 MLAs, including independents, has called on the Shiv Sena to break the alliance with the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party, or NCP, saying Shiv Sena leaders have suffered the most in the last two years each. Half a year of coalition’s rule. Some rebels have saidto form a new government. The MLAs have booked hotels in Guwahati for a week, indicating they are ready for the long haul.
Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena said it would consider exiting the Maharashtra ruling alliance with Sharad Pawar’s NCP and Congress, but only if the rebels return in 24 hours. this is aBecause the rebel group under the leadership of Eknath Shinde got more numbers.
Shiv Sena’s chief spokesperson Sanjay Raut said, “We are ready to walk out of the MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) government in Maharashtra, but the party rebels should return to Mumbai (from Guwahati) in 24 hours.” Mr Raut said the MLAs should “discuss the issue with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray” and added, “don’t write letters on Twitter and WhatsApp.”