Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi’s posters are surfaced in various parts of Uttar Pradesh. Posters reveal that Rahul Gandhi is missing and whosoever finds him will be given a decent award. Rahul’s posters are not only displayed in police stations but also at railway stations.
The posters which have surfaced in Allahabad and Bulandshahr districts of UP, allege that the Congress leader lacks vision as he decided to go on leave during the crucial Budget Session of Parliament, according to reports. Posters in Gandhi’s own constituency are titled “Amethi Without a Leader.”
Meanwhile, Congress party has accused the ruling BJP government for spreading ‘defamatory’ posters of party vice-president Rahul Gandhi. Congress leader PC Chacko said, “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. They are spreading these defamatory posters against him.”
The Congress vice-president has been on leave for weeks and he had also skipped the budget session in February. Congress party had ruled Delhi for 15 years till December 2013, following which Congress party failed to get even one seat in the 70-member House in the recent Delhi assembly election.