On Sunday afternoon, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pay a visit to Telangana, where he will lay the groundwork for several development projects costing more than Rs 13,500 crore.
“Around 2:15 p.m., the Prime Minister will arrive in Mahabubnagar district, where he will dedicate himself to the nation and lay the groundwork for multiple development projects worth more than Rs. 13,500 crores in critical sectors such as road, rail, petroleum and natural gas, and higher education.” During the program, the Prime Minister will also launch a train service via video conferencing, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, PM Modi will lay the groundwork for critical road projects associated with the Nagpur-Vijayawada Economic Corridor.
“Among the projects are a 108-kilometer-long ‘four-lane access controlled Greenfield highway from Warangal to Khammam section of NH-163G’ and a 90-kilometer-long ‘four-lane access controlled Greenfield highway from Khammam to Vijayawada section of NH-163G.” These road projects will cost approximately Rs. 6400 crore to build. The initiatives will cut the travel distance between Warangal and Khammam by roughly 14 kilometers and between Khammam and Vijayawada by about 27 kilometers, according to a PMO official release.
The Prime Minister will also dedicate to the nation a road project – ‘four laning of 59 km long Suryapet to Khammam stretch of NH-365BB’, which would cost around 2,460 crores.
“The project is part of the Hyderabad-Visakhapatnam Corridor and is being developed through the Bharatmala Pariyojana.” It would also improve connectivity to the Khammam district and coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh, according to an official statement.
“The Prime Minister will dedicate the ’37 Kms of Jaklair – Krishna New Railway Line’ during the project.” The new rail line stretch, built at a cost of more than 500 crore, places sections of the backward district of Narayanpet onto the Railway Map for the first time. The Prime Minister will also use video conferencing to launch the inaugural Hyderabad (Kacheguda) – Raichur – Hyderabad (Kacheguda) train service from Krishna station. The train service will connect Telangana’s Hyderabad, Rangareddy, Mahabubnagar, and Narayanpet districts with Karnataka’s Raichur district,” the PMO noted.
According to the PMO, the service will bring train access to numerous new areas in the backward districts of Mahabubnagar and Narayanpet, aiding students, everyday commuters, laborers, and the region’s handloom sector.
During the program, PM Modi will also lay the groundwork for major oil and gas pipeline projects.
“The Prime Minister will dedicate the ‘Hassan-Cherlapalli LPG Pipeline Project’ to the nation.” “The LPG pipeline from Hassan in Karnataka to Cherlapalli (a Hyderabad suburb) provides a safe, cost-efficient, and eco-friendly mode of LPG transportation and distribution in the region,” the PMO stated.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, he would also lay the groundwork for the ‘Multi-Product Petroleum Pipeline of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) from Krishnapatnam to Hyderabad (Malkapur)’.
“The 425-kilometer pipeline will cost Rs. 1940 crore to build.” “The pipeline will provide a safe, faster, more efficient, and environmentally friendly mode of transport for petroleum products in the region,” according to an official statement.
The Prime Minister will also dedicate ‘five new University of Hyderabad buildings,’ namely the School of Economics, the School of Mathematics and Statistics, the School of Management Studies, the Lecture Hall Complex – III, and the Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication (Annexe).
“The upgradation of infrastructure at the University of Hyderabad is an initial move towards offering improved facilities and amenities to the students and faculty,” according to an official release.