Dismissing Narendra Modi's criticism of dynastic politics and corruption in Jammu and Kashmir, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday said it was "election rhetoric" and exposed the Prime Minister's ignorance about the state.
Blaming Jammu and Kashmir's political dynasties for the state's backwardness and corruption, BJP on Thursday said the time has come when the people themselves have decided to teach these families and their parties a lesson.
Sharpening his attack on dynastic politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the people to shun the "families" that have monopolised power in Haryana by forging "behind-the-scene alliances" for past 25 years and were propagating "goondashahi".
Hitting back at BJP President Amit Shah for his dynastic politics jibe, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday termed it as "hypocrisy," saying the party should first "lecture" its friends in Maharashtra and Punjab.
Commenting on the alliance between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP), Congress leader Shakeel Ahmad on Friday said that BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi should introspect his own party before criticizing others of family politics as he was doing the same.
Lashing out at dynastic rule, BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Monday said the Gandhi family was now planning to initiate the children of Priyanka Vadra, daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, into politics.