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Added on : 2022-11-18 11:30:27

Veteran politician and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday announced that he was stepping down as the president of National Conference. He said it's time to hand over the mantle to the new generation.

There is widespread speculation that Abdullah, 85, will assume the role of party patron and his son Omar, the party's vice-president, will succeed him.

"I will not be contesting for the post of president any longer. The elections for the post will be held on December 5. It is time for the new generation to take over the responsibilities," Abdullah told PTI. "Anyone from the party can contest for the post. It is a democratic exercise," the Lok Sabha MP added.

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