New Delhi, May 11: Posters featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi and calling him ‘The Lie Lama’ appeared on Delhi walls and by the time police got round to removing them, the image had gone viral on social media. The posters were found on Thursday on the walls of J Block area of Mandir Marg, NDMC area, and Central Delhi’s Patel Nagar and Shanker Road areas, reported Zee News. Also Read - Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, COVID-19 Positive, Also Diagnosed With Dengue After Being Hospitalised For Fever

The posters do not mention who got them printed and there is no mention of the press responsible for them, said the police. The BJP raised an objection on the posters and they were removed around 10.15pm by the police, said the report. A case has been registered against unidentified people under the Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Property (DPDP) Act, said police. Also Read - 'Would Have Been Happier If Demand Was Met', Says Bilkis After Being Featured on TIME's List

Locals would be questioned to zero in on the culprits, police said to PTI. Authorities would also scan the CCTV footage to see if they ascertain the identity of the people behind the act. Last year in August, ‘missing’ posters of then Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had come up in Amethi. The posters carried a picture of Rahul and said, “Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi has been missing from the constituency due to which the development work to be undertaken by the MP is not being done. The common man feels betrayed and insulted.” They also offered a reward to whoever could find the missing MP for the Amethi public. A week later, posters declaring his mother and senior Congress leader Sonia Gandhi as ‘missing’ had surfaced in Rae Bareli. Also Read - PM Modi is 'God of Farmers', Says Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Slams Parties for Opposing Farm Bills

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently on a two-day visit to Nepal.