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    Prime Minister Modi to inaugurate Telangana projects worth Rs. 11,000 crore

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    On April 8th, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Telangana to dedicate and perform a groundbreaking ceremony for various projects worth Rs. 11,355 crore in the state. The Prime Minister will arrive at Secunderabad Railway Station directly from Begumpet Airport, where he will flag off the 13th Vande Bharat train that will run between Secunderabad and Tirupati.

    During his visit, the Prime Minister will perform Bhumi Puja for the redevelopment and modernisation of Secunderabad Railway Station. The development works include facilities to cater to the needs of passengers for another 40 years and will be able to seamlessly accommodate peak hour traffic of 25,000 passengers and close to 3,25,000 passengers during the mela surge. Additionally, the station will be modernised to international standards by increasing the station building area to 61,912 sq. meters from the current area of 11,427 sqm. The station will also have an exclusive 108m double-level air concourse connecting the terminal building and all platforms. As a part of the redevelopment plan, direct connectivity to East and West Metro Station and Rathifile Bus station is also envisaged. Multilevel car parking towards the North Terminal and segregation of departure and arrival passengers are some of the other features that will be a part of the new station.

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    Furthermore, the Prime Minister will dedicate 85 kilometers of doubling works that were completed on the Secunderabad-Mahabubnagar Railway Line at a cost of Rs 1,410 crores. He will also inaugurate 13 new MMTS services that will run on new railway lines built to the suburbs of Hyderabad. The MMTS has been hailed as the common man’s train and Phase-II connectivity includes the doubling of railway lines between Bolarum and Medchal of 14 kilometers and Falaknuma and Umdanagar of 14 kilometers. The doubling of these lines will allow for increased frequency of trains in these sections benefitting the common people coming travelling from the suburbs of the city at cost-effective prices.

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    The Prime Minister will also lay the foundation stone for 6 national highways worth Rs 7,864 crores that will connect different parts of the state at a public meeting organised at the Parade Ground. Additionally, he will perform Bhumi Puja for new blocks at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bibi Nagar at a cost of Rs. 1,366 Crores. The works at AIIMS include the construction of new building blocks for academic courses, an auditorium, staff quarters, hostels, and guest houses and the renovation of the hospital block to meet AIIMS standards. The Prime Minister will also perform Bhumi Puja for the construction of 4 lane Access Controlled New Greenfield Highway Section of NH-365BG from km.0.00 to km. 105.236 (Khammam -Devarapalle section) between the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh under three packages.

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