Telangana looks for Centre’s nod for HMR Phase II task
Hyderabad: The Telangana government advised the Central government to accord in-principle authorization for the Hyderabad Metro Phase II task covering 31 kilometres from BHEL to Lakdikapul as well as prolong the existing Corridor 3 Metro line from Nagole to POUNDNagar In this pertains to, Municipal Administration as well as Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao created a letter to Union Minister of Housing as well as Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri.
MAUD Minister likewise attracted the Union Minister to consist of the Metro Phase II task in the occurring Union Government’s monetary allocate 2023-24. KTR educated that Hyderabad Metro Phase I, covering 69 kilometres was efficiently carried out as well as was totally functional. As the Hyderabad Metro Phase I task has actually obtained a frustrating action from people as well as guests are requiring to prolong the Metro solutions to various other components of the city, the State Government had actually trapped Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to prepare the Detailed Project Report (DPR) for Metro Phase II.
Accordingly, it was recommended to perform the Metro Phase II task stemming from BHEL as well as ending at Lakdikapul, covering a size of 26 kilometres as well as geared up with 23 terminals. In enhancement to this passage, expanding the existing passage 3 lines from Nagole to POUND Nagar covering 5 kilometres as well as geared up with 4 terminals was likewise prepared. The overall price of the Metro Phase II task was approximated at Rs 8,453 crore. The State Government has actually currently sent out the Metro Phase II DPR as well as various other files to the Union Ministry of Housing as well as Urban Affairs on October 27, included the IT minister.
KTR likewise looked for time from Hardeep Singh Puri to fulfill face to face as well as describe the task information.