New Delhi: Against the backdrop of EU Ambassadors engaging with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, Congress on Friday dubbed him as "anti-poor and anti-women" and one "who does not know how to spell agriculture".
The party also sought to project BJP as a divided house saying as to why it should waste time to know who is BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate when there were seven contenders in the opposition party.
At the AICC briefing, party spokesperson Renuka Chowdhary sidestepped questions on the "clean chit" given to Mr Modi by the European Union and instead asked whether the controversial Chief Minister has got a visa from the US.
"He has no respect for his own wife or someone else's wife.... He is anti-poor, anti-rural development, anti-women.
He lives in urban fantasies... and he does not know how to spell agriculture," Ms Chowdhary said.
Asked about the reported statements of JD-U chief Sharad Yadav implying that the corporates were backing Mr Modi, Ms Chowdhary said that the JD-U leader was intelligent and was not given to making accusation without substantive evidence.