Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday said that Andhra Pradesh was a perfect example of poisonous seeds sowed by the Congress.
"Andhra Pradesh is the perfect example to prove that the Congress sows seeds of poison. The situation is really bad but there was no strife when BJP divided states," said Modi.
"They all are good in doing 'zeher ki kheti' that is why there is distrust across the country but the BJP does politics of love, not hatred," he said.
He further said that the Congress was a dynastic party and was the opposite of being a democratic party.
"Congress is a dynastic party, which is the opposite of being a democratic party. In Kerala a minister was thrown out of the party for praising me, and another leader was asked for accountability for meeting me. In fact, Amitabh Bachchan was also taunted with my name," said Modi.
"This politics of hatred and untouchability is not good for a democracy and Sonia Gandhi said that we sow the seeds of poison. Who is doing this? Who started this? Who created rifts between brotherhood states?" he asked.
"Who differentiated between the rich and the poor? They started this for vote bank politics and now they are blaming us for it. It is congress that spreads seeds of poison," he added.