Guwahati: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and rebel Shiv Sena MLAs, who were camping at a five-star hotel in Guwahati for eight days, paid their bills before leaving on Wednesday. A hotel official gave this information.
Although hotel officials have kept quiet about the total bill, sources said that Rs 68-70 lakh was paid towards the accommodation of these MLAs at Radisson Blu Hotel in Gotanagar near Jalukbari.
A total of 70 rooms on different floors of the hotel were booked for the MLAs of Maharashtra and their associates. The hotel had closed its restaurants, banquets and other facilities during his stay between June 22 and 29.
A senior hotel official, on the condition of anonymity, told PTI-language, “The MLAs from Maharashtra stayed like ordinary guests. He paid the bill before leaving. No money is pending.
The official, however, did not specify the amount of the bill, but did say that the MLAs “stay in superior and deluxe class rooms”. and changes almost daily.
Sources said that normally the fare for Superior Rooms is Rs 7,500 and that for Deluxe Rooms is Rs 8,500. After concessions and taxes, the total amount works out to around 68 lakhs.
Tags: Assam, Eknath Shinde, Guwahati, Maharashtra Politics
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 01, 2022, 21:42 IST