"BJP leaders have told me that after AAP's 67-seat win in Delhi elections, if anyone mentions my name in front of Modi unke tan badan me aag lag jaati hai (just hearing my name enrages PM Narendra Modi)," Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said as he launched a frontal attack on the Prime Minister accusing him for "harassing" his government. In an exclusive interview, he said the Centre and Delhi government are "two sons of Bharat mata". "The younger son AAP is trying to work, but older son, Centre, is not letting him," he said. Mr Kejriwal accused the BJP of "double standards" in handling the Jawaharlal Nehru University controversy. "Your own coalition partner, the PDP, glorifies Afzal Guru and calls his death a sacrifice... why don't you slap sedition charges on them," he asked.