Jaipur, Oct 6 (UNI) Congress Media Department Chairman and former Karnataka Chief Minister M Veerappa Moily today said strong anti- incumbency factor was prevailing in the state and the ruling government would taste bitter defeat in next Assembly elections.
Talking to reporters here today, Mr Moily said the anti-incumbency sentiment was prevalent against Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and the ruling party sitting MLA's.
Terming the Raje Government as the worst government ever seen in the state, the Congress leader said during the present regime the desert state had become a hub of corruption and scams of all sorts.
He said the state under Raje's rule had emerged as "Laboratory of corruption" as newer ways and means for corruption and scams were being practiced.
Besides this, the government had also failed on law and order front and frequent agitations and police firings took a record toll during the past five years, Mr Moily said.
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