The National Conference president also said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have not seen Modi deliver on his promises.
The main thrust of electioneering in Valley has been on Article 370 and Article 35A.
Around 3,000-4,000 party workers, including women supporters, attended the workers convention and cheered Abdullah during his speech.
The National Conference (NC) patron accused the BJP of trying to divert people's attention by propping up emotive issues.
Abdullah also said the ongoing general elections will decide if the people of the country, irrespective of their caste and creed, are able to live with dignity.
The court asked the petitioner to move the appropriate forum with his grievance after which the petition was withdrawn.
The former chief minister said there would not be anyone to hoist the national flag in Kashmir if Article 370 is abrogated.
The former chief minister said the government claimed that a number of terrorists were killed but there is no clarity.
Jammu and Kashmir highway open even during Kargil, rights of people being tampered with: Farooq Abdullah
According to the state Home Secretary Shaleen Kabra order no civilian traffic will be allowed to move from Baramulla in north Kashmir to Udhampur in Jammu on Sundays and Wednesdays till May 31.
Flaying BJP president Amit Shah and Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Abdullah said the Muslims of the country do not need certificates from BJP-RSS on their patriotism.
He also alleged that the BJP-led central government had failed on all fronts and was "milking" the situation in the aftermath of the February 14 Pulwama terror attack to hide its "failures".
The forthcoming general elections will be a battle to save India, National Conference (NC) chief Farooq Abdullah said here on Saturday.
The former J&K Chief Minister said that PM Modi pushed the Mission Shakti button for the elections, while a similar button resulted in the death of six air force jawans in Budgam.
The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister said Jagan had offered to pay Rs 1,500 crore to the Congress if it made him the Chief Minister of then united Andhra Pradesh.
Abdullah levelled this allegation while addressing an election campaign meeting in support of the ruling Telugu Desam Party at Kadapa on Tuesday.