Rebel MLAs Of Maharashtra Migrate To Assam: Sarma Said The Flood-hit State Needs Revenue | Maharashtra Political Crisis: Rebel MLAs of Maharashtra reach Assam, CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said

Maharashtra Rebel MLA reached Assam: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa...

Maharashtra Rebel MLA reached Assam: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday said that he welcomes all visitors to Assam as the flood-hit state needs revenue. He made this remark a few hours after the rebel MLAs led by the ruling Shiv Sena MLA Eknath Shinde in Maharashtra came here and were accommodated in a luxury hotel. He said he would be happy if Assam “becomes an international political centre.” However, he did not give detailed information about this.

Sarma said that there are many luxury hotels in Guwahati and if the rooms are full, then we should be happy, as it generates revenue. We will get GST through this, which we need in this difficult time, when the state is facing floods. It is worth noting that about 55 lakh people have been affected by the floods in 32 districts of Assam. So far, about 89 people have lost their lives due to the floods.

We welcome all tourists to the state
Responding to a question, he said, “Why should their (MLAs) come here be the cause of any controversy? We welcome all tourists to the state as we need money to fight the floods. Why should we worship Goddess Lakshmi.” Return when most of our hotels are empty or their rooms are less full at the moment?” When asked whether he would meet the rebel MLAs, Sarma said he did not need it. “If possible, I can meet him for five minutes. Meanwhile, some of my MLA colleagues are in touch with him,” he said.

Shinde claims support of 46 MLAs
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that he is busy dealing with the flood situation and will visit Nagaon on Wednesday and Silchar on Thursday. He said, I will be happy if Assam becomes the International Political Center. I will appeal to everyone to come to the state so that we can get revenue and deal with the situation. It is noteworthy that the MLAs of Maharashtra, BJP ruled, arrived in this state by charter plane from Surat on Wednesday morning and were kept under tight security in a luxury hotel located on the outskirts of Guwahati. placed between. Shinde initially refused to speak to the media outside the airport, but later claimed that he had the support of 46 MLAs.

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