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Congress must unite to fight divisive forces of country: Farooq Abdullah

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Congress must unite to fight divisive forces of country: Farooq Abdullah

Congress must unite to fight divisive forces of country: Farooq Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Chief Farooq Abdullah said that he wants Congress party to be strong, united to fight the divisive forces of the country.

"Congress must unite, Congress must become strong, and people look forward to Congress.

They (Congress) is a part of this nation.

They have been a party of 150 years," he said.


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