Saamna carries ad on ‘missing Rahul Gandhi’
Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna on Sunday published a mock advertisement of ‘missing Rahul Gandhi’. HT reports.mumbai Updated: Aug 14, 2011 23:51 IST
Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna on Sunday published a mock advertisement of ‘missing Rahul Gandhi’.
In a sarcastic comment, the party mouthpiece said that Congress general secretary was ‘missing’ from Maharashtra where farmers from Jaitapur and Maval were desperately waiting for him. The advertisement has a description of Rahul and also sarcastically said he had the habit of talking out of context and kicking up controversies.
His abrupt urge to stay in a farmer's shanty is what has been stated as Gandhi's habits in the advertisement.
“Maharashtra's farmers have not been able to eat or drink properly since you have gone missing. Please return soon,” is what the ad states at the end. The advertisement is put in the name of farmers of Jaitapur and Pavna-Maval valley.
First Published: Aug 14, 2011 23:50 IST