'My words may be bad, but Modi's deeds are bad': Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: Under criticism for calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi a 'psychopath', Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said he would apologise if the Prime Minister were to apologise for his 'deeds'.

'My words may be bad, but Modi's deeds are bad': Arvind KejriwalArvind Kejriwal. Pic/PTI

"You apologise for your deeds, I will apologise for my words," an angry Kejriwal said in New Delhi, addressing his words to Prime Minister Modi whom he held responsible for a CBI search at his office on Tuesday.

"I want to make it clear; they said my selection of words was not good, but your actions are bad. I was born in a village near Hisar. My words may be bad, but your actions are bad."

On Tuesday morning, Kejriwal tweeted: "Modi is a coward and a psychopath". (Read more)

"I must tell you Modi ji, you can scare others with CBI, you cannot scare me. I will fight till my last breath. I am not scared of Modi's CBI, small timers, and hollow threats," he said.

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