Asserting that the ruling National Conference will not even reach the double figure tally in the ongoing Assembly elections, BJP on Thursday said Chief Minister Omar Abdullah seems to be "day-dreaming" of forming the next government in Jammu and Kashmir.
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday attacked Omar Abdullah government saying it has failed on all fronts as a result the Centre, instead of sanctioning relief funds to the state government for flood victims, directly sent to them.
Ruling National Conference on Tuesday said people of the Valley have refused to buy the BJP's false promises and its leader Arun Jaitley has conceded that his party was not going to form the government in the state after positive poll trend emerged.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday condemned the Taliban assault on a Pakistani school that left more than 120 dead and said "inhuman" and "barbaric" words were not enough to describe the perpetrators.
National Conference senior leader Devender Singh Rana on Monday said his party has always kept infrastructural growth top on its agenda, asserting that peoples' yearning for development cannot be held hostage to emotive sloganeering.
Claiming that the people of Kashmir have refused to buy the "false promises of BJP and rejected its doublespeak", Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said the saffron outfit will not be able to win even a single seat in the Valley.
Accusing the alliance partner, Congress, of putting "hurdles" in implementing major public welfare measures in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday appealed the people to "exhibit wisdom" and support the "local party" for development.
As polling was underway in Sonawar assembly constituency in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah who is contesting from the seat, said his thoughts were with his parents who are undergoing an organ transplant in the UK.
Defying separatists' boycott call and chilly weather, voters came out in good numbers on Sunday to record a 49 per cent turnout in the fourth and penultimate phase of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly elections that involved 18 seats.
Campaigning ended on Friday for the fourth phase of Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir, which will see voting on 18 seats with a total of 182 candidates in the fray, including Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said the people of the state will not tolerate being "humiliated" by the BJP over the rehabilitation of flood victims but prefer to rebuild their lives on their own.
Unfazed by the recent terror attacks, a 59 percent voter turnout was recorded in the third phase of the Assembly polls in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday as they continued to ignore boycott calls but it was lower than the earlier rounds.