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Posters promising reward for finding the 'missing' Sonia Gandhi surface in Rae Bareli
A week after Rahul Gandhi 'missing' posters had appeared in his constituency Amethi, on Tuesday posters surfaced promising reward for anyone who would locate Congress President Sonia Gandhi in her Lok Sabha constituency, Rae Bareli.

Around a dozen of such posters were put up announcing that the Congress President hadgone 'missing' from her parliamentary constituency, as per IANS report. The posters announcing an appropriate reward for any information regarding the Congress Chief were put up at Gora Bazaar, Mahanandpur and the government colony in Rae Bareli.

Terming UPA Chief Sonia Gandhi as 'missing', the posters stated that a reward would be given to anyone who could locate her. However, later, the posters were promptly removed by Congress workers, as per media sources.

It was clearly written in the posters that it was released by the people of Rae Bareli who are feeling ashamed as well as cheated by the absence of their parliamentarian from the constituency.

Sonia Gandhi Posters

UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, who has been a Member of Parliament (MP) from Rae Bareli since 2004, has not visited her constituency even once this year against which the people of Rae Bareli have expressed their displeasure by releasing the posters.

On the other hand, her son and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi had last visited his Lok Sabha constituency Amethi in February, when he addressed a rally there to garner support for the Congress party during the Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly polls.

Earlier, similar posters declaring Rahul Gandhi as 'missing' had cropped up in his parliamentary constituency Amethi, carrying hisphotograph with the caption –"Amethi ke man-niya saansad amethi se lapata hain (Respected Amethi parliamentarian is missing from Amethi)."

Slamming the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) over the missing posters campaign, Yogendra Mishra, District President of the Congress in Amethi, alleged that the "saffron camp was behind such baseless posters".

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