Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday claimed Prime Minister Narendra Modi was "so frustrated" that he could get him killed. The Aam Aadmi Party chief released a 10-minute video titled , in which he said he had become an insomniac as he was "worried about whether the country is in safe hands". "Things will get worse...He can do anything, have me eliminated," he said in the clip titled "Arvind Kejriwal's message to the common man".

Kejriwal also accused Modi of harbouring an intense dislike of his opponents and allowing it to motivate his work. He then elaborated on a number of points of disagreement between the Centre and the Delhi government.

The AAP leader, who had earlier called the prime minister a "psychopath and a coward", released the video at a time when 11 party legislators have been arrested in connection with a number of cases, most of them in recent months.

You can watch the video here: