A battery of BJP leaders charged on Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday over his comments on South politics being better than that of the North. Led by BJP chief JP Nadda, a number of ministers attacked the Wayanad MP for "trying to divide" India. While campaigning in Kerala, Rahul said that coming to the southern state was a refreshing change from the politics of North. The BJP taunted him of running away to Kerala from UP's Amethi from where he was an MP for 15 years. Nadda tweeted that India has rejected the divide and rule politics, while union minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that soon Rahul will have to run from Kerala as well just like Amethi.