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Regional parties govt will be unstable, not last long: Moily

Senior Congress leader M Veerappa Moily Thursday said he does not rule out the possibility of regional parties forming government with the support of a Rahul Gandhi-led alliance, but said such a dispensation would not be stable and not last long. He said the third front experiments in the past with smaller parties heading the government -- whether it was led by V P Singh or Charan Singh or Chandrashekhar -- have been failures. Any future government will be stable with one national party leading regional parties and the government, Moily told PTI in a telephonic interview, ahead of the declaration of Lok Sabha election results next week. Asked if he does not foresee the possibility of regional parties forming government with the Congress supporting it, the former Union Minister said: I am not ruling out the possibility but it will not be a strong government. Stability will not be there for the government . He argued that a government would be stable only when it is led by .

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