The ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) said a government-appointed committee tasked to look into ways to streamline the entire administration by bringing together connected departments under one minister has completed its exercise.
Since then, there has been no Cabinet expansion.
"There is zero governance, defunct bureaucracy and complete anarchy in the state. Thousands of files have piled up and the budget is yet to be presented," Dasoju told PTI.
"There is utter chaos and financial bankruptcy, salaries are not being paid on time, pensions are not being paid on time," he alleged.
"With no minister to take care of the administration, files are accumulating in hundreds," Laxman alleged.
CPI general secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said: "I am really surprised. Nobody is able to tell the reason. I think he (Rao) is in a fix on how to select the Cabinet colleagues; he is confused that there would be dissent from a large section of people (who miss out on Cabinet berths)."
"As a matter of fact, had he done (Cabinet expansion) within a week, there would not have been any problem. Now, too many aspirants. I think it's very funny that even after 60 days, he is unable to form a Cabinet. This shows his carelessness and irresponsibility," Reddy said.
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