DELHI: After the tweet of All India Mahila congress surfaced, alleged posters of ‘missing Amethi MP’ Smriti Irani, asking whereabout of the parliamentarian in Amethi constituency.

Smriti Irani has hit back the congress over the incident of “missing” poster which claimed that she visited her constituency “just for a few hours in just two days in two years. The parliamentarian claim that she has registered presence in the constituency ”I have an account of 8 month,10 times and 14days” She said via her twitter handle. In the same tweet Smriti Irani launched an attack on Sonia Gandhi regarding her visit to her constituency Rae Bareli.

In her post on Twitter, Smriti Irani wrote a message which translates to: “So far, 22,150 citizens have returned to Amethi district by bus and 8322 by train, that too after following the required legal process. I can tell the names of each family and each person…does Sonia ji want to give a similar account for Rae Bareli?”

Giving reason for not visiting Amethi during the lockdown, she said she doesn’t want to set a wrong example for people by breaking the lockdown norms herself.”You want me to break the law and encourage people to get out of their houses so that you can play ‘Twitter Twitter. You don’t love Amethi, but I do. Stop messing with people’s lives,” she said in another tweet.

Smriti Irani also dared those responsible for the posters to reveal their names and also attacked them for saying that she will only visit her constituency “to become its pallbearer.”

“We have seen you play antakshari on Twitter, give food to some individuals; but the people of Amethi are looking for you to address their needs and difficulties. Leaving the people of Amethi without help depicts that Amethi is just a tour hub for you. Will you only come to Amethi to become its pallbearer?,” were the words on the poster.

Black and white posters featuring Irani’s photograph and sarcastic comments about her whereabouts have shown up in all 13 blocks of Amethi. Smriti Irani’s posters came just days after posters claiming Lok Sabha MP Pragya Thakur is “missing” appeared in different parts of Bhopal.