Kathua: Bharatiya Janata Party chief Amit Shah, who is in Jammu & Kashmir, instilling confidence into party workers ahead of Assembly elections in the state, launched a scathing attack on the Omar Abdullah government on Monday during a rally in Kathua.
Attacking the government on the repeated ceasefire violations along the LoC, Shah said, "I want to tell Omar Abdullah if there is shelling (from Pakistan), our government will give a fitting reply."
Stating that the National Conference government had no right to stay in power in the state, Shah said, "From J&K to Kanyakumari,from Assam to Gujarat, people of the nation and also the BJP workers are with the public of J&K."
He appealed people to end dynasty rule in the state to pave way for development.
Shah reached J&K on a two-day visit. He visited the villagers and soldiers posted at RS Pura sector in wake of shelling by Pakistani Army.