‘Missing’ Posters Of Vasundhara Raje, Son Come Up In Home Turfs
The partitions of Jhalawar and Jhalrapatan cities, turfs of BJP MLA Vasundhara Raje and her son and MP Dushyant Singh close to right here, had been immediately discovered plastered with posters proclaiming that the elected representatives have gone “missing”.
Ms Raje, former Rajasthan Chief Minister, is an MLA from the Jhalrapatan meeting phase and her son Dushyant is a BJP MP from Jhalawar-Baran constituency of the state.
The posters, captioned ‘Search for Missing’, carried photos of the 2 BJP leaders and browse, “Where have both of you gone, leaving residents of entire Jhalawar district alone in these critical corona times?”
“Don’t be afraid, come back home,” they learn and added, “What about the people? They will forget it in a day or two.”
The posters promised “attractive rewards” to anybody apprising individuals of the whereabouts of the 2 elected representatives.
The posters despatched BJP staff within the two constituencies right into a tizzy and several other of them began pulling them off the partitions with the assistance of native police and municipal staff.
BJP president of Jhalawar district unit Sanjay Jain termed the episode a “new low in politics” and asserted that the 2 leaders have been in fixed contact with officers and folks of their areas all through these troublesome instances.
Mr Jain stated the 2 leaders have been interacting with officers nearly and addressing the individuals’s varied necessities. He stated for this reason no Covid demise for the need of medicines and oxygen have been reported within the district.
Congress chief Pramod Sharma, who had contested the parliamentary election in opposition to Dushyant Singh, prolonged his help to the poster marketing campaign.
He stated Ms Raje has not visited her constituency for the final two years. “She came here only twice — once immediately after winning the assembly elections and once with her son at the time of filing his nomination papers for the Lok Sabha polls. Dushyant Singh too came to his constituency only once but he preferred not to interact with the people,” he claimed.
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