The posters carry Mr Gandhi's picture and also announce a "suitable reward" for anyone who can trace the missing MP.
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi is not missing from the limelight but he has not been seen in his own Parliamentary constituency Amethi for a long time now.
The posters that were put up on Sunday continued to be the center of attention among people of Amethi on Monday.
While Congress workers in the district accuse the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and other political opponents for the sudden coming up of the posters, mostly in Gowriganj area; many rue that Gandhi has lost interest in Amethi after the humiliating state assembly poll defeat in March. Due to this, the development works that are to be carried out by the MP are held up in his office. The posters, put up on behalf of "Amethi ki janta", alleged that people are feeling "thaga (cheated)" and "apmanit (humiliated)" because of the behaviour of their MP. "Those giving information about him will be rewarded", the message on the poster adds.
The locals claimed that Mr Gandhi had not visited his parliamentary constituency for six months now, making his voters upset. The BJP has often criticised Gandhi for neglecting Amethi. "Had he done something for Amethi, the situation would not have arisen", said Uma Shankar Pandey, BJP's district president, according to NDTV. "Rahul Gandhi is aware of the problems and issues faced by his constituency and thus, had recently visited NHAI office in Lucknow along with farmers from Amethi", said party district president Yogendra Mishra.