Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated several development projects worth more than 13,500 crore in poll-bound Telangana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday. PM Modi also laid the foundation stone of road projects as part of the Nagpur-Vijayawada economic corridor. The projects also include a 108-kilometre-long four-lane Greenfield highway from Warangal to Khammam, part of NH-163G, and a 90-kilometre four-lane Greenfield highway from Khammam to Vijayawada, part of NH-163G.
Two projects have been developed at a cost of around Rs. 6400 crore. The 108 km long four-lane Greenfield highway between Warangal to Khammam will reduce the travelling distance between Warangal and Khammam by around 14 km. The 90 km four-lane greenfield highway from Khammam to Vijayawada, on the other hand, is designed to reduce the travel distance between Khammam and Vijayawada by around 27 km.
PM Modi also unveiled a road project aimed at the four-laning of the 59 km-long Suryapet to Khammam section of the NH-365BB to provide better connectivity to Khammam district and coastal parts of Andhra Pradesh. The project has been made at an expenditure of Rs. 2,460 crore. The four-lane development project is a part of the Hyderabad-Vishakhapatnam corridor being developed under Bharatmala Pariyojana.
Narendra Modi dedicated a 37 km-long railway line between Jaklair and Krishna to the nation. With a cost exceeding Rs 500 crore, the railway line aims to enhance the connectivity of the Narayanpet district. PM Modi also flagged off the inaugural Hyderabad - Raichur - Hyderabad train service via video conferencing.
The Hyderabad -Raichur -Hyderabad train connects Hyderabad, Rangareddy, Mahabubnagar, and Narayanpet districts in Telangana with Raichur in Karnataka. The service will offer first-time rail connections to several areas in Narayanpet and Mahabubnagar districts.
PM Modi inaugurated the Hassan-Cherlapalli LPG pipeline project, a project worth Rs. 1,170 crore, at a cost of around Rs. 2,170 crore. The LPG transport and distribution in the region is safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly. And he also laid the foundation stone for Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd's 425 km-long multi-product petroleum pipeline from Krishnapatnam to Hyderabad. The pipeline, which will cost about 1,940 crore, will be built.
Besides that, he also inaugurated five new buildings of the University of Hyderabad. These buildings are the School of Economics, School of Mathematics & Statistics, School of Management Studies, Lecture Hall Complex III, and Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication.
Rs 63 lakh cr in September compared to Rs 63 lakh cr in September last year.