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Expenses of MLAs in Guwahati: Let us tell you that chartered flight from Surat to Guwahati is not a cheap journey. According to an estimate, more than Rs 50 lakh is spent in providing charter services to more than 30 people.

Expenses of MLAs in Guwahati: A chartered plane, three luxury buses and a hotel about a kilometer away from the airport. For Eknath Shinde, getting the rebel MLAs out of Maharashtra has been a costly deal. He did all this to try to distance Shiv Sena from the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi.

This is how the political game of Maharashtra started

This political game started on Monday night. First minister Eknath Shinde along with his rebel MLAs, including independents, moved out of Maharashtra and stayed in Surat in BJP-ruled Gujarat. The next night, all these rebel MLAs reached Guwahati by a chartered SpiceJet plane where three luxury buses were standing ready to pick them up.

Flight cost more than 50 lakhs

Let us tell you that chartered flight from Surat to Guwahati is not a cheap journey. According to an estimate, more than Rs 50 lakh is spent in providing charter services to more than 30 people. Apart from this, the cost of hotels and other transport arrangements is different. Apart from this, there are many other expenses which cannot be added.

MLAs are ready for the long haul

Significantly, 40 MLAs, including Eknath Shinde and Independents, have demanded Shiv Sena to break its alliance with Congress and NCP, saying that party leaders have suffered the most in the last two and a half years. This loss is due to the coalition government. Some people even say that Shiv Sena should forge an alliance with the BJP to form the new government. Let us tell you that the MLAs have booked hotels in Guwahati for a week, which shows that they are ready for the long haul.

Shiv Sena considering exit from MVA

Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena said it would consider exiting the Maharashtra ruling alliance, but only if the rebel MLAs return in 24 hours. Shiv Sena’s chief spokesperson Sanjay Raut said, “We are ready to walk out of the MVA (Maha Vikas Aghadi) government in Maharashtra, but the party rebels should return to Mumbai (from Guwahati) in 24 hours.”

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