KCR stated that the Rs 15,000 crore project was the largest in the Public Private Partnership projects in the nation.
Hyderabad: Telangana State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to initiate the 30-km-long first stage of Hyderabad Metro Rail project.
Rendering to a Twitter post, KCR had inscribed a letter to Narendra Modi on Thursday encompassing the invitation and requesting the Prime Minister to initiate the Metro Rail operations, where he will be coming to the city to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit from 28th November to 30th November.
K.T. Rama Rao, the Minister for municipal administration has posted the CM’s letter on Twitter on this Thursday. He tweeted, “Hon’ble CM’s letter to Hon’ble PM Sri Narendra Modiji to inaugurate the 30-km stretch of Hyderabad Metro from Nagole to Miyapur on 28th Nov. 2017.” (sic)
In his notelet, KCR had said that the 13-km stretch amid Miyapur and Ameerpet and 17-km stretch from Ameerpet to Nagole is finished and ready for commercial operations. He stated that the trial runs lead along the 30-km stretch was fruitful and all safety consents were got.
The CM described that the Hyderabad Metro Rail Project is going to be the utmost prestigious and largest public transport system project in Hyderabad.
The Chief Minister has pointed out that the Rs 15,000 crore project was the largest in the Public Private Partnership projects in the nation. The metro project was engaged up in three corridors to cover a distance of 72 kilometers.