Governor N N Vohra on Friday sent separate letters to the PDP and BJP, inviting them for discussions on forming the government.
All eyes are on the PDP to come up with its decision on government formation in the state.
He also cited the 2010 summer unrest and no progress in repealing AFSPA as a few regrets during his rule.
Jaitley accused Pakistan of working towards separating the state from India.
Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda said: “Article 44 of the Constitution mandates that we should have a common civil code.”
“As a Kashmiri, I want to know what the PM wants to do with Article 370 and what is the agenda,” said Omar.
PDP has pledged it will strengthen Article 370 if it wins the elections.
Modi woos J&K, makes no mention of Article 370.
The BJP is faced with a serious dilemma on this issue.
Bharatiya Janata Party leaders have said the the party will “soft-pedal” the issue as the focus is on getting the magic figure of 44 in the 87-member House.
On possible alliance with BJP, Omar said he was contesting the assembly elections to win a mandate on his own.
BJP, for which abrogation of Art 370 has been one of the core issues, has soft-pedalled the issue in the current elections.
“We do not want to get public support by creating fear, but by winning their hearts,’’ Singh said.
Should the article be touched, Hina Bhat warned, people in Kashmir would again take to the gun, including herself.
Abdullah urged his party workers to stand behind his son and current Chief Minister Omar in this crucial election.