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    The Municipal Administration Minister of Hyderabad, KT Rama Rao, has criticized the Centre for rejecting the phase-II marriage proposal of the Hyderabad Metro Rail enterprise. He called the Centre’s reasons for ‘illogical’ and accused them of blatant unfair treatment towards Telangana. The Centre declined to sanction the addition to a building of Metro from Lakdikapul to BHEL and Nagole to LB Nagar on the evidence of feasibility. However, the Minister pointed out that the government had sanctioned Metro projects to many cities with less pedestrians or vehicles, and it was unusual that Hyderabad did not measure up for a Metro Rail enterprise. The Union government department responded to the Telangana government’s written message addressed to broaden in scope or range or area fiscal assistance to the enterprise by saying that the PHPDT and ridership were very less and did not rationalize a Metro Rail enterprise at this juncture. The Minister accused the Centre of free of extraneous elements of any kind unfair treatment and step-motherly discussion towards Hyderabad and Telangana. He requested an job with Union government minister Hardeep Singh Puri to elucidate any doubts the Centre had on the enterprise and urged him to acquire the phase-II marriage proposal examined dispassionately on the merits of DPR and have got it approved at an engagement.

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