New Delhi: BJP on Saturday hit out at Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit for her comments against her Gujarat counterpart Narendra Modi, saying it shows her "desperation" to win the local civic polls.

"Dikshit's comments show her desperation to win the MCD elections in Delhi. Instead of speaking on issues like corruption and law and order she is trying to attack Modi," BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said.

Dikshit had attacked Modi and the BJP on Friday at a public meeting in Ballimaran, saying he may be touted at the Prime Ministerial candidate of that party but he is not invited anywhere to campaign for it.

She further said that Modi would be stoned by the people if he campaigned in the area.

BJP has condemned these comments from the Delhi Chief Minister.

"Dikshit has thrown the Lokayukta report indicting her ministers into the dustbin. She has not given any answers to questions on the corruption in Commonwealth Games and where the siphoned off money has been stashed," Javadekar alleged.

He also charged that the law and order situation in Delhi had worsened under Dikshit's rule and women do not feel safe in Delhi.