"CBI, the Communal Bureau of Instigation, which is also referred as BJP, I am sure they will contest the next elections. So therefore, the Chief Minister of Gujarat at times is very candid in his confession. So we welcome his confession," Tewari told reporters here.
Raising the issue of "misuse" of CBI, Modi had in a Bhopal rally early this week said that CBI and not Congress party candidates will be fielded in the next polls.
Tewari, however, said that it had only made evident BJP's double standards.
"BJP should decide that they have faith in CBI or not. If judgement in Haren Pandya case is in their favour then CBI becomes very good and if judgement is not in their favour, then it becomes Congress Bureau of Investigation.
"(Many) organisations have suffered in last nine years due to BJP's cheap politics. It is sad if these sort of irresponsible statements come from people who have held responsible offices. BJP needs to introspect on its character and its double standard," the Minister said during a joint press meet with Minister of State for Personnel V Narayanasamy.
Pandya, a former minister of state for home in the Narendra Modi government in Gujarat who had later fallen out with the chief minister, was shot dead on March 26, 2003, in Ahmedabad.
On August 29, 2011, a division bench of Gujarat High Court had slammed CBI for the probe and acquitted all the accused including Asgar Ali from the charge of murdering Pandya. CBI has filed an appeal against the acquittal in Supreme Court.