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Farooq Abdullah re-elected as National Conference president

Updated on: 05 December,2022 01:19 PM IST  |  Srinagar
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The 85-year-old leader was unanimously elected the party's chief at the NC's delegate session held near the masoleum of party founder Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah at Naseem Bagh

Farooq Abdullah re-elected as National Conference president

Farooq Abdullah. File Pic


Farooq Abdullah was re-elected president of the National Conference (NC) for another term on Monday.


The 85-year-old leader was unanimously elected the party's chief at the NC's delegate session held near the masoleum of party founder Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah at Naseem Bagh.



The day also marked the 117th birth anniversary of Sheikh Abdullah.


NC general secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar said only Abdullah's nomination was received till the last date of filing the nominations.

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A total of 183 proposals from Kashmir, 396 from Jammu and 25 proposals from Ladakh were received in support of Farooq Abdullah, Sagar said.

The senior leader had recently expressed a desire to step down from the post owing to his health. The party then set the presidential election process into motion and said the new president would be elected at the party's delegate session.

It said the party's internal elections had already been concluded.

The last NC presidential elections took place five years ago. 

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