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Rebel MLAs of Shiv Sena went to Guwahati, ate food worth 22 lakhs, 70 lakhs came only for staying in the hotel

The insurgent Shiv Sena MLAs, who toppled the Uddhav Thackeray authorities in Maharashtra, ate meals value round Rs 22 lakh throughout their keep in Guwahati. On the identical time, the lease for staying in his lodge has come to round Rs 70 lakh. This has been claimed in a media report primarily based on the payments of Radisson Blu Hotel in Guwahati.

The MLAs of the insurgent Shiv Sena faction, who’ve been tenting for 8 days in a luxurious lodge in Guwahati, have been staying in Goa for the previous two days, who at the moment are about to succeed in Mumbai after their chief Eknath Shinde grew to become the CM of the state. In the meantime, it’s reported that your complete invoice of his keep in Guwahati was paid on Wednesday. Hotel Radisson Blu has confirmed this. Nevertheless, how a lot invoice has come has not been advised. However in accordance with reviews, Rs 68 to 70 lakh has been paid as lease to the lodge.

In keeping with the knowledge, a complete of 70 rooms had been booked on totally different flooring of the lodge for the insurgent MLAs. All these MLAs had been accommodated in Superior and Deluxe class rooms. Together with this, the lodge administration had closed eating places, banquets and different amenities for individuals coming from exterior from 22 to 29 June.

An official related to the lodge, on the situation of anonymity, mentioned that your complete quantity has been paid by them. It’s being mentioned that round Rs 68 lakh has been paid to the lodge together with low cost and tax. On the identical time, the food and drinks invoice of those insurgent MLAs for 8 days is being advised as Rs 22 lakh.

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