A senior Tourism Department officer said the tweet was part of a campaign titled '#ComeOutAndPlay' to promote Kerala and it had nothing to do with the emerging political situation in Karnataka.
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. "#ComeOutAndPlay", Kerala Tourism tweeted from their official Twitter handle on Tuesday.
"After the rough and tumble of the #KarnatakaVerdict, we invite all the MLAs to unwind at the safe and attractive resorts of God's Own Country", Kerala Tourism tweeted, with the hashtags Karnataka verdict and 'Come Out And Play.' A photo of a stunning backwater resort in Kerala accompanied the tweet.
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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. While netizens were sparring over the tweet, some seasoning it with their own spices to the now common horse-trading business of politics, the Congress and the JD (S) chose to host MLAs at the Shangri-La Hotel in Bangalore. BJP leaders across the state said they were confident of crossing the half way mark.
As per latest counting results of 207 seats have been declared in which BJP has won 95 seats while Congress has been able to retain 73 seats, JD (S) has secured 37 seats while two others have also won.
The CPI (M) in its recent party congress in Hyderabad had agreed to-after much dispute among leaders-to work toward a "political understanding" with the Congress to defeat the BJP. Now it is for the governor to decide who he will invite as the next chief minister of the state.