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Star Campaigner or Emotional Blackmailer? Posters of Priyanka Vadra spring up in Sonia’s Raebareli

Hundreds of posters were seen in Raebareli, the parliamentary constituency of Sonia Gandhi, alleging that 'Madam Priyanka Vadra' is missing.

Mysterious posters of Priyanka Vadra missing have flooded the walls of Sonia Gandhi’s constituency Raebareli on the evening of October 21, 2018. Priyanka Vadra has been called an emotional blackmailer in those posters.

A poster mocking Priyanka Vadra’s absence pasted on the walls of Raebareli

In the Congress stronghold of Raebareli, posters of Priyanka Vadra’s disappearance were put up last night in many parts of the town, questioning Priyanka’s abandonment of the constituency. According to the posters, Vadra was found only during the election campaign rallies of the Congress, after which she has never been seen engaging with the locals. Apart from this, pamphlets are also distributed to the people. Posters have been installed in Rae Bareli from Tripura intersection to Hardaspur and in many places in the city.

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Taking a dig at the Congress family scion, the posters have called Priyanka Vadra an ‘Emotional Blackmailer’ who is seen in the town only during the election seasons. The posters have questioned Priyanka Vadra’s absence in the wake of many incidents that have marred the city. On the 10th of this month, the Farakka Express derailed in Harchandpur killing seven people and injuring about 42 people. On the third day of this incident, a family vehicle returning to Munnna after offering worldly rituals was hit by a bus, in which eight people were killed. After that, there was news of a third incident in which two youths drowned in the neighbouring districts. But so far Congress party’s star campaigner has nothing to say on the incidents, nor express her solidarity with the victims’ families.

These three incidents have been mentioned in the poster saying that the painful voice of the victims and their bereaved families did not reach Priyanka Vadra. The poster also had a mention of Priyanka’s absence on Hindu festivals of Durga Puja and Dussehra and that there were no greetings about the same from her. Taking a jibe at Priyanka, the questioner asked if she will turn up on Eid now. With this kind of poster mocking Priyanka Gandhi’s absence, Raebareli’s political atmosphere has heated up.

No party has issued any statement on the incident as of now.  A befitting reply will be given to those who made such petty remarks through posters, Congress District President VK Shukla has said. VK Shukla also said that as of now they don’t have any information about the miscreants who put up those posters but they will urge the local administration to take stern action against them. The administration does not even have information about who applied the poster and no one is ready to say anything in this regard.

Earlier, Rahul Gandhi was accused of negligence towards his constituency Amethi. During his interaction with school children in Amethi, some kids asked him about the implementation of the law. To which, Congress President and MP from the region shrugged off his responsibilities as an MP and asked them to question Prime Minister Modi instead.

With Gandhi family scions abandoning their constituencies after the elections and waking up from their deep slumber only as the next elections start approaching, it seems the electorates have become mindful of such betrayal and have taken upon themselves to teach these dynasts a lesson.

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