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Gautam Gambhir's "Missing" Posters Printed In Delhi As He Skips Pollution Meet

"Missing" posters of Bharatiya Janata Party lawmaker Gautam Gambhir, who drew criticism for skipping a crucial meeting two days ago on pollution, purportedly surfaced across Delhi on Sunday. "Missing. Have you seen this person? He was last seen eating ''jalebis'' in Indore. The entire Delhi is looking for him," the message on the posters stated along with a picture of Mr Gambhir, the Lok Sabha MP from East Delhi. These posters cropped up after the cricketer-turned-politician skipped a meeting of the parliamentary standing committee on urban development on Friday over air pollution in the National Capital Region. Pictures of Mr Gambhir, who appears on sports channels for cricket commentary, enjoying ''jalebis'' in Indore on the same day also surfaced on social media. Only four MPs of a 28-member parliamentary panel attended the key meeting to discuss the air pollution crisis in the National Capital Region. The meeting was ultimately called off as lawmakers and bureaucrats were absent.

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Gautam Gambhir's "Missing" Posters Printed In Delhi As He Skips Pollution Meet | Morning Coffee

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Gautam Gambhir's "Missing" Posters Printed In Delhi As He Skips Pollution Meet

"Missing" posters of Bharatiya Janata Party lawmaker Gautam Gambhir, who drew criticism for skipping a crucial meeting two days ago on pollution, purportedly surfaced across Delhi on Sunday. "Missing. Have you seen this person? He was last seen eating ''jalebis'' in Indore. The entire Delhi is looking for him," the message on the posters stated along with a picture of Mr Gambhir, the Lok Sabha MP from East Delhi. These posters cropped up after the cricketer-turned-politician skipped a meeting of the parliamentary standing committee on urban development on Friday over air pollution in the National Capital Region. Pictures of Mr Gambhir, who appears on sports channels for cricket commentary, enjoying ''jalebis'' in Indore on the same day also surfaced on social media. Only four MPs of a 28-member parliamentary panel attended the key meeting to discuss the air pollution crisis in the National Capital Region. The meeting was ultimately called off as lawmakers and bureaucrats were absent.

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Gautam Gambhir's "Missing" Posters Printed In Delhi As He Skips Pollution Meet | Morning Coffee

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Gautam Gambhir's "Missing" Posters Printed In Delhi As He Skips Pollution Meet

"Missing" posters of Bharatiya Janata Party lawmaker Gautam Gambhir, who drew criticism for skipping a crucial meeting two days ago on pollution, purportedly surfaced across Delhi on Sunday. "Missing. Have you seen this person? He was last seen eating ''jalebis'' in Indore. The entire Delhi is looking for him," the message on the posters stated along with a picture of Mr Gambhir, the Lok Sabha MP from East Delhi. These posters cropped up after the cricketer-turned-politician skipped a meeting of the parliamentary standing committee on urban development on Friday over air pollution in the National Capital Region. Pictures of Mr Gambhir, who appears on sports channels for cricket commentary, enjoying ''jalebis'' in Indore on the same day also surfaced on social media. Only four MPs of a 28-member parliamentary panel attended the key meeting to discuss the air pollution crisis in the National Capital Region. The meeting was ultimately called off as lawmakers and bureaucrats were absent.

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