Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Prime Minister candidate and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi targeted the Congress on day two of his election rallies in the poll-bound Chhattisgarh.Mr Modi said “It is for the people to decide whether a tea seller should be a PM. A tea-seller PM is better that a PM who sells the country,” countering the attack made by congress on his humble beginning as a tea seller.He also attacked Congress for poor handling of the affairs in the country and said, “For corruption free India we need a Congress free India” . Criticizing Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi yet again, Modi said, “These days the Shezada says he wants to change the system. I want to ask who governed the country for 60 years? It was Congress and it is the Congress that has made the system,” he said.