Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was last seen in Varasani — his Lok Sabha constituency — in March rallying, has been declared ‘missing’. The walls across Varanasi were flooded with the posters alleging that their MP, Narendra Modi is missing from his constituency.

Earlier, same ‘missing’ posters had emerged from Amethi, alleging that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was missing.

As per reports, the posters which had emerged in PM Modi’s constituency, Varanasi, were taken down overnight by the police.

Interestingly, PM Modi was last seen in Varanasi on his 3-day visit in March. However, his visit was seen as a ‘promotional act’ as UP was to undergo Assembly Elections.

The posters also carried a slogan which read: ‘Jane wo kaun sa desh jaha tum chale gaye’.

In politics, posters are mostly used for publicity purposes, but the new trend of taking jibes through posters seems to be catching up.

First Published | 19 August 2017 11:11 AM
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