He termed Article 370 "anti-people and biggest hurdle" in the development of Jammu and Kashmir, trashing the allegation the provision was revoked to own the land but not the people.
Separatist groups in the region had opposed the project, with some likening it to Israeli settlements within Palestinian territories.
In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the Narendra Modi-led party swept through the Hindi-speaking belt
"The regional parties are announcing that they will revoke the ban on separatists and terror leadership. The ban was ordered as people here want peace and there is peace now. But these regional parties want the ban to go so that full freedom is given to those who spread violence," Madhav told reporters.
The BJP is hopeful of getting a result better than what it got in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls in Jammu and Kashmir, Madhav told reporters after a meeting with senior party leaders, including party candidates from the three seats in the valley, during which election preparations were reviewed.
The alliance was finalised in a meeting among BJP general secretary Ram Madhav, AGP president Atul Bora and others that ended post midnight.
"Look at UP (Uttar Pradesh), there are two," the BJP leader said, referring to the Bahujan Samaj Party-Samajwadi Party alliance and the Congress fighting separately.
"The maha gat bandhan (grand alliance) has fallen flat. It is a non-starter. Delhi and Odisha chief Ministers said they have nothing to do with Congress. The two big political parties in Uttar Pradesh said Congress no entry," he told a press conference here.
Madhav however did not name any party as a potential new partner
The BJP and National Conference (NC) leaders exchanged sharp words on Twitter, a day after the state's governor dissolved the assembly, with Madhav asking Abdullah to fight the next polls together with the PDP if "genuine love" between the two parties promoted a "failed government" formation attempt.
In the 2013 assembly poll, the Congress had won 34 seats and made Lal Thanhawala the chief minister, while the BJP has no MLA at present.
He said that if one is in politics he is bound to have adversaries and even Gandhi was at loggerheads with people within his own party.
The BJP national general secretary also said the party will put forth its strategy once the poll scheduled is announced.
Hours after imposition of Governor’s Rule in J&K, Ram Madhav said the decision to end the alliance was not “opportunistic”
Dismissing allegations of government trampling on the independence of judiciary, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said both the executive as well as the judiciary are working within "their limits".
At an event organised by the US-India Business Council, the BJP general secretary said, "Trade is not the only relation between the two countries. Beyond trade, I think strategic relations are more important. US and India are natural allies."
Asked whether the interlocutor would also talk to Pakistan, the BJP leader said "this time, the announcement has been made that Sharma would talk with all groups in Jammu and Kashmir”.
The party, which shares power with the BJP in Jammu and Kashmir, said Madhav's comments should evoke positive response from all those interested in ending the stalemate in the state.
India already has serious security concerns over illegal migrants staying in a number of its cities, Ram Madhav said.
"In the recent Assembly elections, BJP has fared well. It has formed a government for the first time in Assam, it has done well in West Bengal. But the people of our country have given a resounding verdict," Madhav said at a programme here.
The BJP leader was talking to reporters during his brief halt at Harni airport here on way to Mehsana city in North Gujarat.
"Congress is being rejected everywhere in the country and they should draw lessons from this," he said, He said this round of election has its own significance and it has reflected that Congress "did not learn any lesson from is debacle in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls."
"BJP Legislature Party has decided to support PDP in the formation of the government in the state and BJP and PDP together will approach the Governor and stake claim for formation of the government very soon," BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav told reporters here after the meeting.
With BJP saying that conditions cannot be the basis for government formation in Jammu and Kashmir, PDP said it had not set any new terms and was insisting only on implementation of issues agreed upon in the 'Agenda of Alliance' between the two parties.
India is not only a nation of the youth but full of youthful intellects and this will lead the country to become the global leader, Ram Madhav said.