While Congress accused the BJP to be behind the act, Gujarat BJP said there is no need to tear the posters, and claimed people have already discarded the the Congress in the state.
According to local Congress leaders, at least three posters, having Rahul Gandhi's photo, were allegedly vandalised by miscreants early on Tuesday morning, at different places on Radhanpur-Panchot road on the city's outskirts.
Commenting on the incident, state Congress spokesman Manish Doshi blamed the BJP for the act.
Countering the allegation, state BJP's media convener Harshad Patel said his party does not indulge in such acts.
"It is not in our nature to tear posters. Why should we do that when people have already rejected them. Tearing posters is something which they do, not us. During Lok Sabha poll campaign in Vadodara, their leader Madhusudan Mistry climbed on a poll and tore apart Narendra Modi's posters," Mr Patel said.
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