Rahul Gandhi 'missing'? Amethi is without a leader, says new posters in UP

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Amethi, March 25: Nearly a month after Congress granted leave to its vice-president Rahul Gandhi for few weeks, posters announcing 'Rahul Gandhi is missing' have been seen in parts of Uttar Pradesh.

Posters titled "Amethi Without a Leader" surfaced in Amethi which further says "Jaane woh Kaunsa desh , Jahan tum chale Gaye (who knows where you have gone).

Rahul Gandhi 'missing' or 'on leave'? Amethi is without a leader, says new posters in UP.
As per media reports, the posters which have signed by anonymous people of Amethi also list problems like no leadership, no development, bad roads, poor health services etc.

Reports also say that many posters in Amethi also say that the person who will give any information on the missing Amethi MP will be suitably rewarded.

Meanwhile, the Congress has accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of spreading 'defamatory' posters.

 

"The people of Amethi consider themselves lucky and feel that their constituency is the best. The entire development of Amethi is Rahul ji's idea. This is BJP's poster.

Amethi without a leader? Rahul Gandhi is missing, says new posters in UP.
They are spreading these defamatory posters against him," Congress leader PC Chacko was quoted as saying in an ANI report.

"This is a BJP ploy: we understand it and we can face it," he added.

"It is a satire, a humorous way that the people have put up these posters for searching him. In fact, Rahul is expected to be there on April 20, when the Budget Session resumes.

According to me, the absence of one man from a party like the Congress should not be taken too far, like it is being taken, and his presence or absence matters least in the House as well," Nationalist Congress Party leader Majeed Memon was also quoted as saying in the report.

Earlier also posters had come up in Allahabad declaring a big reward for giving information about whereabouts of Gandhi scion.

Posters which surfaced in various parts of Uttar Pradesh took digs at the Congress vice president's month-long sabbatical.

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