New Delhi: Mounting a fierce attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal yesterday  demanded his resignation over what he termed was a ‘flop raid’ by the CBI at the Delhi Secretariat to ‘protect’ Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the alleged DDCA scam.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal speaks during the one-day special session of the Assembly convened to discuss DDCA  scam and CBI raids. pic/pti
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal speaks during the one-day special session of the Assembly convened to discuss DDCA
scam and CBI raids. Pic/PTI

"I seek the Prime Minister’s resignation for conducting such a flop raid and for misusing the CBI.

If he uses the CBI to get any file then the country will have no democracy left. Tomorrow there can be raids on any Chief Minister.

This is dangerous for the country’s federal structure. Prime Minister should be ashamed of himself over the raids. His blood boils on hearing my name," Kejriwal said.

He added, "He’s being mentally harassed.

CBI has got nothing against him in the last eight days. If I can remove my minister and babu for committing corruption, it is also my duty to protect honest officers."