‘My words may be bad, but Modi’s deeds are bad’

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”.

“You apologise for your deeds, I will apologise for my words,” an angry Kejriwal said here, 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”.

“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.