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    Hyderabad: Union Minister for Culture, Tourism and also Development of North Eastern States, G Kishan Reddy composed a letter to Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhara Rao to quickly launch the funds for land acquisition for the Regional Ring Road (RRR).

    In a letter to CM KCR on Saturday, he claimed that the RRR of 350 kilometres at an approximated expense of Rs 26,000 crore forHyderabad As per the guarantee of the State government, a letter asking for 50 percent of the funds of the RRR land acquisition expense be transferred with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).

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    Kishan Reddy claimed that the Centre will certainly birth the whole building expense of the RRR job. Both federal governments have actually concurred that 50 percent of the expense of land acquisition will certainly be birthed by the main government and also the staying 50 percent by theState government

    The Centre under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, not just approved the building of the ‘Green Field Expressway’ (Regional Ring Road) around the city of Hyderabad as component of the Bharatmala job, yet additionally began the tasks associated with the building of the job, according to the NH Act 1956, and also pointed out the launch of ‘A’Gazette Notification

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    Accordingly, 5 letters have actually been created by the Regional Office Officer of the National Highways Department and also the Secretary of the Transport, Roads & & Buildings Department of the Telangana Government asking to transfer the 50 percent state share for the job. However, the Telangana government has actually not yet stepped forward on the issue of land acquisition expense. It is regrettable that although Rs.500 crores have actually been designated for local ring road land acquisition in the Telangana state allocate 2022-23, it has actually not been launched until now. He claimed that the RRR would certainly control the web traffic of automobiles mosting likely to Hyderabad and also it will certainly provide a fillip to the social and also financial development of the state, profiting lots of people.

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    Also, it will certainly supply employment possibility to individuals of Telangana via different jobs such as real estate centers for the bad and also middle-class individuals, brand-new territories, commercial use, IT organizations, visitor centres, building of enjoyment parks, shopping centers and also as necessary the building of auto parking facilities will certainly play an essential function in the development of the state ofTelangana

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    The study for magazine of the following 3 ‘D’ Gazette Notification for land acquisition is additionally expired, the Chief Minister must bear in mind that if the state government does not step forward with 50 percent of the expense of land acquisition within March 2023, after that the 3 ‘A’ Gazette Notification released earlier would certainly go waste. In turn, it will needlessly postpone the job. Against this background, he asked CM KCR to transfer the state share of 50 percent quickly, for the prompt conclusion of the RRR job.


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