No Sajek resort to remain shut during president’s vacation: Rangamati DC

BAGHAICHHARI CORRESPONDENT:

As Sakek Resort Owners’ Association on Thursday announced that all resorts in the area would remain shut — upon the local administration’s request – for six days from May 9 to May 14, Rangamati Deputy Commissioner Md Mizanur Rahman has shrugged it off as a misunderstanding saying that no resorts or cottages will remain shut on account of the president vacationing there for three days during that period of time.

Earlier on Thursday, April 28, Sajek Resort Owners’ Association announced on the Facebook page that all resorts in the area will remain closed for six days from May 9 to May 14 so that the security of the president, who is to vacation there for three days during that period of time, is not hampered. All concerned are requested to comply with this.

Rahul Chakma John, organizing secretary of Sajek Resort Owners’ Association, said, “Upon a request from the administration will we be keeping all the resorts shut for six days from May 9 to May 14 so that the security of the president – who is to vacation here for three days during that period of time – is no way hampered.”

The request came from a meeting coordinated by the deputy commissioner and the zone commander, among others, he noted.

However, Rangamati Deputy Commissioner or DC Md Mizanur Rahman said that no resorts, hotels or motels will be kept closed during the president’s vacation in Sajek. The Association has only been asked to keep some available for the president’s entourage. The rest will remain open as usual. However, during the president’s vacation, security will be tight and so tourists may face some issues during that time.

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