HYDERABAD (Metro Rail News): The prime minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, will inaugurate the development projects of Rs. 11,355 crores in Hyderabad that include the inaugural of the second (semi-high-speed train) Vande Bharat express (Secunderabad-Tirupati) from Secunderabad of Hyderabad to Tirupati on 8 April 2023 among other projects.
On his visit to Hyderabad, PM Modi will lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment and modernization of the Secunderabad railway station and six National Highway (NH) projects at an estimated cost of Rs. 715 crores and 7,864 crores, respectively. In addition, the inauguration is intended for the doubling work at the Secunderabad- Mahabubnagar railway line, which cost around Rs. 1,410 crores, and different development works that cost 1,366 crores at Bibinagar and AIIMS. Furthermore, the launch of 13 new MMTS Phase-II services will be done between Bolarum-Medchal and Falaknuma-Umdanagar in the presence of PM Modi.
It is also expected that the capital city of Telangana will get two more vande Bharat express between Secunderabad and Pune, and Kacheguda and Bengaluru.
The inauguration of these development projects is a significant step towards improving the infrastructure and transportation sectors in Hyderabad. The launch of the Vande Bharat Express and the MMTS Phase-II services will provide better connectivity and transportation facilities for the people of the region. This move is expected to boost the economic growth of the state of Telangana and improve the overall standard of living of its citizens.