TPCC leader writes to Guv about paralysis in State administration

Hyderabad: TPCC spokesperson G. Niranjan here on Thursday wrote a letter to Governor ESL Narasimhan that governance had come to a standstill in the State. He said the entire administration in the State had struck due to the absence of a full fledged cabinet.

Alleging that thousands of files were pending in the State for the past six months, the TPCC leader said the people were suffering a lot due to the same. Niranjan also told the Governor that the first Assembly was dissolved on September 6, 2018 paving the way for holding the early elections in the State. He also alleged that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao, who took charge as Chief Minister for the second consecutive term has forgotten to expand his cabinet.

The TPCC leader said different departments at the Secretariat were gathering dust as the Chief Minister did not visit it ever since he took charge. Niranjan also said the chambers of ministers were sealed at the Secretariat as per rules. He urged the Governor to immediately intervene and set things right for the welfare of the people of the State.