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Farooq Abdullah said that the Opposition should talk and find a way forward in forging an alliance for the upcoming elections.
The meeting between The Congress and TDP chiefs on Thursday likely to focus on seat-sharing formula for Telangana polls.
National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah said such acts are not only aimed at disturbing peace but also causing discomfort and loss to society.
Speculation is rife in that BJP was in touch with NC to form a coalition government.
After the NC decided to boycott the ULB and panchayat polls, the PDP of Mehbooba Mufti would find it difficult to participate in the polls.
The comments from BJP state spokesperson Anil Gupta came in response to Abdullah's threat yesterday that the NC may boycott the assembly and Lok Sabha polls.
Abdullah on Saturday threatened to boycott Lok Sabha and Assembly elections also if the Centre fails to give an assurance on protecting the Articles 35A and 370 respectively.
Article 35-A row: National Conference president Farooq Abdullah warns of boycotting Lok Sabha, Assembly polls
The NC has already announced that it would not participate in the municipal and panchayat polls scheduled in October-December.
Abdullah expressed hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will emulate the steps of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee who wanted to improve ties with Pakistan.
Farooq was heckled by people when he entered the Hazratbal shrine to offer Eid prayers, and they also chanted pro-Pakistan, pro-freedom, anti-India and pro-terrorist slogans.
Despite the disruption, Farooq Abdullah, who is also the Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar, continued with his prayers.
After breach at Farooq Abdullah's home, J-K government to set up three-member panel to review security of protected persons
On Saturday, a man forcibly drove into the residence of former CMs Farooq and his son Omar, both Z-plus protectees, in Jammu and ransacked the house before being shot dead by CRPF personnel.
Expressing grave concern over the incident, NC provincial spokesperson Madan Mantoo said the probe must cover all aspects, including how a car was able to gain entry into the highly secured residence.
Syeed Murfad Shah (25), a resident of Chinore locality in the outskirts of Jammu, was killed when he drove his XUV into the heavily fortified residence of the former chief minister.
The incident took place at Bhatindi this morning when the man, hailing from Mendhar in Poonch district, drove at a high speed and banged his car against the main gate, police said.