Speaking at US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, Madhav said: "BJP is open to the idea that we should engage with more and more nations and make sure our interests are also taken care of while we develop new relationships."
The BJP's expansion has been so massive that it has displaced the century-old Communist Party of China as the largest political party in the world.
Further hitting out at Communist parties for protesting against the removal of special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Madhav added that the BJP-led government had done away with a "draconian" law which denied people their fundamental rights.
The scrapping of Article 370 also received support from Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) with its international Working President terming it a way forward for the development of the region.
On being asked if the Kashmir is plagued by terrorism and extremism because of the Congress, he said, "Terrorism and extremism are supported by Pakistan and ISI which is a known truth, but in 1987, when the local elections were rigged on behalf of Congress party and with the help of Farooq Abdullah, the unrest had turned into violence which was exploited by a Pakistan and ISI."
Hundreds of BJP supporters and leaders took part in a rally that was held in Agartala as they celebrated the victory of the BJP candidates in both the parliamentary constituencies of the state.
BJP general secretary Ram Madhav on Tuesday mocked attempts by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao for a possible post-poll role of a kingmaker saying 'BJP has got the king and won't be requiring a kingmaker'.
Earlier, Khan had reportedly said that "there might be a better chance of peace talks with India if Prime Minister Narendra Modi wins the upcoming elections".
On March 25 at a rally in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district, Lone had said, "May my Muslim nation on the other side prosper and be successful. If anyone abuses them once, I will abuse them ten times."
It is sad that Congress is finding Manohar Parrikar's demise as an opportune moment to play politics in Goa, said BJP leader Ram Madhav here on Sunday.