At the rally, the Prime Minister had promised to "stand like a wall" against "attempts of the National Conference and the PDP to continue family rule" in the state.
"Abdullah family and Mufti family destroyed lives of three generations of Jammu and Kashmir".
"I've seen a powerful wave in favour of the BJP. according to opinion polls and surveys, the BJP will get thrice the seats that the Congress will win", he said while campaigning for minister of state in PMO Jitendra Singh, who is seeking re-election from Udhampur.
If the Congress comes to power, Moily said it will initiate probes into the functioning of the BJP government during the past five years in which the "nation was misled and kept in the dark" over several important issues like Rafale deal.
Highlighting the importance of voting in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi asserted, "Your vote in 2014 ensured long-term progress and infrastructural development for J&K".
Launching an attack on the BJP, Mufti said leaders of the party "are suffering from the disease of fear".
Modi said that the Congress had "never trusted" the Indian Armed Forces, referring to the Opposition's questions regarding the 2016 surgical strikes and the IAF strikes in Balakot. The PM said that the government was working to finish terrorism. "This is a new India and it will strike terrorists well inside their hideouts across the border", he warned.
"Pakistan has threatened us with nuclear, nuclear, nuclear", Modi told an election rally in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK). He added that the Congress did not have faith in India's armed forces.
Modi nixed the possibility of separate Sadar-e-Riyasat and Wazir-e-Azam posts (equivalent to president and prime minister) in the IHK. "For the Congress, the Army is only a way of earning money", he added.
"They [Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party] have fielded such candidates in this election who have reservation over Vande Matram". "Some people are so involved in anti-Modi tirade that they have forgotten all about the country's security", Indian media quoted Modi as saying. He alleged the central government had deliberately chosen to hold a "parallel event" instead of supporting the initiatives and programmes of the state government.
"One country can not have two Prime Ministers, two flags and two constitutions". "In order to gain sympathy & consequently power, PM is misleading people by equating himself with the nation".