The dissident Shiv Sena MLAs, who’re tenting on the luxurious Radisson Blu lodge in Guwahati for the previous few days are passing their time by enjoying numerous indoor video games together with chess and ludo.

“Aside from a few conferences inside themselves, they don’t have any different critical exercise in Guwahati. To go their time, they’re enjoying numerous indoor video games together with chess and ludo to maintain themselves engaged,” a supply near the MLAs instructed the media on situation of anonymity.

The insurgent legislators led by disgruntled Maharashtra Minister Eknath Shinde will not be allowed to go exterior the lodge.

Initially, the MLAs booked rooms of the lodge for a couple of week.

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Assam BJP MLAs, leaders and ministers are often visiting the lodge, and briefly speaking with the Maharashtra lawmakers.

Assam police commandos led by senior officers are intently taking care of the safety of the MLAs, and on occasion, additionally reviewing the lodge safety.

The lodge authorities refused contemporary reserving of frequent boarders besides the passengers from airways, with which the lodge has long run preparations.

Assam’s ruling BJP has been sustaining that it has nothing to do with the Maharashtra political disaster and tenting of the MLAs in Guwahati.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma claimed that these individuals are friends and have chosen Guwahati for his or her keep on their very own.

Shiv Sena leaders from Manipur led by state President M. Tombi Singh got here to the lodge on Monday to satisfy Eknath Shinde. Nonetheless, they weren’t allowed to satisfy.

The primary opposition Congress in Assam earlier requested the dissident Maharashtra MLAs to depart the state on the earliest within the better curiosity of the state.

Since final Wednesday morning, dissident MLAs of Shiv Sena, Independents and others have been tenting on the lodge posing a risk to the Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray-led coalition authorities in Maharashtra.


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