Today, step inside the room and you will have Patanjali ghee, rugs, banners and pamphlets welcoming you!
Asked how Patanjali was granted the permission to use the room, Chirag Patel, Shahibaug sub-division deputy executive engineer who is in charge of all circuit houses in Ahmedabad city, said, “We don't know who gave them the permission to use it as a warehouse.” Deputy CM Nitin Patel denied any knowledge of Patanjali using Smruti Khand as a store room.
However, they have been swept to a corner to make space for Patanjali ghee, rugs, banners, pamphlets, mattresses for staff, T-shirts and caps that are to be distributed to yoga day participants, etc.
According to circuit house sources, the bills will be settled after the state government makes a decision on it.
Relatives and acquaintances of these sections can also stay at the circuit house by paying approximately Rs1,300 per day per room.