Varanasi: Hitting back at Narendra Modi for his 'AK49' and 'Pakistani agent' jibe at him, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal said such comments do not suit a prime ministerial candidate.
Interacting with reporters at Kardhana village here, Kejriwal, who announced his candidature against Modi yesterday, said, "He (Modi) should talk on issues and not get into bad mouthing. Such words do not suit a man who is a prime ministerial candidate."
Kejriwal said Modi did not even meet him when he wanted to talk about development in Gujarat.
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal. File pic
Earlier addressing a rally in Jammu, Modi called Defence Minister A K Antony and Kejriwal "agents of Pakistan and enemy of India".
"Three AKs have emerged as a unique strength for Pakistan. One is AK-47 which has been used to cause bloodshed in Kashmir. The second is A K Antony, who informs Parliament that people wearing the dress of Pak army beheaded our soldiers while our Army says Pakistanis had come... Third AK which is AK-49 who has just given birth to a new party," Modi said, in a reference to Kejriwal, who resigned after 49 days as chief minister of Delhi.
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