Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday looked to make light of the setting up camp of Maharashtra’s agitator Shiv Sena MLAs in his state saying all “travelers” are wanted there.
“Might I at any point prevent anybody from booking lodgings in Guwahati saying there is government structure in India?” he said adding, “The more they stay the more joyful I am.”
Sarma likewise said he doesn’t have anything to do with the legislative issues of Maharashtra where the endurance of the Uddhav Thackeray-drove government is in question after 38 of his party’s MLAs revolted and are right now setting up camp at an inn in Guwahati in the wake of being flown there in a few flights.
“Certain individuals have come to Assam. They booked lodgings. I’m glad for that. You additionally come, it will help Assam’s economy. Through this, Assam’s travel industry is likewise getting advanced,” he said subsequent to going with NDA’s official applicant Draupadi Murmu while recording her assignments here at Parliament complex.
Gotten some information about the continuous political improvements in Maharashtra, he said he can’t remark on it as it is a major state.
“How might I remark on Maharashtra. It is a major state. The fact that people are picking makes me happy Assam as a favored objective. Indeed, even Uddhav Thackrey is gladly received,” he said.
Responding to the cases that his BJP-drove government was supposedly disregarding flood alleviation work and in the middle of facilitating the MLAs from Maharashtra, the main priest said he can’t structure conclusion of lodgings in the Assam capital because of floods in certain pieces of the state.
When found out if the Shiv Sena MLAs were kept as a “prisoner” in Assam, Sarma said: “What sort of prisoner? They are in an inn. They are blissful. They are our visitors. By and large we simply see whether everybody visiting Assam is agreeable”.
Sarma likewise praised the NDA’s choice to choose Murmu as the Presidential competitor and named her as “a capable head and social laborer” who has the experience of being a pastor, lead representative and educator.