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Congress will have to stand strong if they want to save India: Farooq Abdullah

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Congress will have to stand strong if they want to save India: Farooq Abdullah

Congress will have to stand strong if they want to save India: Farooq Abdullah

While addressing a press conference in Jammu on March 23, the president of National Conference (NC), Farooq Abdullah said, "Congress has become weak.

I am saying this honestly.

Congress will have to wake up and stand strong if they want to save the country.

They will have to look after problems faced by people." "This won't happen while sitting at home," he added.


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