Kerala tourism invites Karnataka MLAs for safe stay in its resorts
16 May, 2018, 22:30 | Author: Wade Massey
Kerala Tourism attracted media attention with their tweet as Karnataka was heading to a hung assembly as no party got a clear majority.
In a cheeky tweet, the Kerala Tourism Department found a way to promote themselves while making a veiled comment at the resort politics that Karnataka's politicians are famous for.
The since-deleted tweet, which invited all Karnataka MLAs to unwind at the "safe" and lovely resorts of Kerala, appeared to be tongue-in-cheek at first glance. The Kerala Tourism department had extended the invitation through its official twitter handle.
The humorous message was put out on Tuesday evening, after speculations of "resort politics" started doing the rounds, and has been met with enthusiastic replies with many appreciating the creativity of the tourism department.
Karnataka witnessed a dramatic contest between the Congress and the BJP as votes cast in elections on Saturday were counted this morning. This, after the BJP emerged as the single largest party but failed to cross the halfway mark.
The tweet form Kerala Tourism comes after high voltage drama unfolded with both the BJP and the JD (S)-Congress alliance claiming their right to form the government after Karnataka gave a fractured verdict in the Assembly elections. An all-party meeting held in Thiruvananthapuram, led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan sought the opinion of various parties and they conveyed their opinion to cooperate with the state for exempting the tourism sector from hartals. Now it is for the governor to decide who he will invite as the next chief minister of the state.
Meanwhile, the state government has made a decision to exempt the tourism sector from the purview of the frequent hartals being called in the state. A report by Business Line stated that Kerala recorded a revenue of Rs 24,000 crore in 2013-14.
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