New Delhi, Jan 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was resorting to personal attacks as the BJP had no positive agenda for the upcoming Delhi assembly polls, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal said after being described as an "anarchist" by Modi.
"The prime minister called me an anarchist, I have never indulged in such personal attacks. It seems that BJP is nervous and have no positive agenda for Delhi polls," Kejriwal said here at a press conference soon after Modi's rally where he targeted Kejriwal for his "anarchist" remarks and asked voters to punish the AAP in the assembly elections.
The former chief minister said that Modi spoke negatively of the Congress rule in Delhi and not of the 49 days of the AAP government.
"This means we did a good job. We ended corruption in Delhi in 49 days. What has BJP done at the centre?" he asked.
He said that Modi's party had forgotten all its promises made in run up to the Lok Sabha elections.
"BJP can neither agitate nor govern. BJP has forgotten all promises made during general elections. It has made so many U turns," he added.
Kejriwal said it was AAP government in Delhi which slashed electricity rates and provided free water to people
"We know governance and we also know how to stage a dharna," hs asserted.