July 1, 2022

I do not know if Maharashtra MLAs are staying in Assam: CM Himanta Biswa Sarma | ANI

With the deployment of enormous variety of safety personnel, a luxurious resort in Guwahati was a fortress on Wednesday as a number of insurgent Shiv Sena MLAs from Maharashtra led by state minister Eknath Shinde camped there, placing the existence of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra authorities underneath menace.

Nonetheless, Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday mentioned that he would not know if Maharashtra MLAs are staying in Assam and MLAs of different states may also come and keep in Assam.

“There are various good lodges in Assam, anybody can come there and keep…there is no such thing as a situation with it. I do not know if Maharashtra MLAs are staying in Assam. MLAs of different states may also come & keep in Assam,” CM Himanta Biswa Sarma was quoted as saying by ANI.

Yesterday, whereas talking to media, Sarma had mentioned, “40 individuals got here to Assam. That is good. We’re blissful if extra individuals come. We hardly have any vacationers throughout this time. A few of our colleagues are there (with the Maharashtra MLAs). I’ll meet them if I discover time right now or tomorrow. Presently I’m going to supervise the flood aid actions.”

In the meantime, the Trinamool Congress staff led by the social gathering’s Assam unit president Ripun Bora on Thursday staged a protest right here exterior the Radisson Blu resort the place dissident Shiv Sena legislators together with their chief Eknath Shinde are staying.

The Trinamool Congress staff had been protesting towards Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for “concentrating on toppling the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities in Maharashtra as a substitute of specializing in the flood scenario within the state”.

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The protesters raised slogans like “cease horse-trading” and alleged Sarma’s involvement in “horse-trading”.

“Many individuals should not getting meals and consuming water within the Cachar area of Assam… over 50 lakh individuals of Assam are struggling as a consequence of flood however as a substitute of offering them aid, the Chief Minister of Assam is busy toppling the Maharashtra authorities,” Ripun Bora, a former Congress chief, mentioned.

Police mentioned the protests had been held with out prior permission. Later, the police detained the Trinamool Congress staff and leaders together with Bora.

(With inputs from companies)