Will Extend Metro to Rajiv Gandhi Airport: KTR
The Telangana minister said the Hyderabad Metro would be extended to the Shamshabad airport for better connectivity and to make Hyderabad pollution-free.
Hyderabad | 1st December 2018
Telangana caretaker minister K T Rama Rao today said that the Hyderabad Metro Rail would be expanded to the Shamshabad international airport for better connectivity and to make Hyderabad pollution-free.
Addressing a "Spirit Of Hyderabad" meeting in Hyderabad attended by the heads of several IT companies, KTR had said that the government was also committed to transforming the city of pearls into a global destination with all necessary facilities, with a special focus on increasing the green cover to beat the pollution.
He said that work was already underway for better road, rail and air connectivity; green environs; and law and order. The overarching aim of the government was to provide the citizens in the city with better and improved standards of life, peace, tranquillity and a cozy atmosphere.
On coming to power after the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections to be held on December 7, the TRS regime would complete all the works above, he added.
He also claimed that the TRS government, over the past four-and-a-half years, had made its best efforts to enable a hassle-free mechanism to get permissions in just 15 days for industrial units.
"We are pursuing multiple such aggressive policies to encourage top-notch global businesses to increase their investments in Hyderabad, and provide employment to the youth in the city," KTR said.
Telangana was also the only state in the country to spend 43% of the state budget for welfare activities, KTR claimed.
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