PM Modi to inaugurate Hyderabad metro rail on November 28

Hyderabad is set to become the latest Indian city to have a metro railway system with Prime Minister Narendra Modi scheduled to inaugurate the elevated Hyderabad metro rail project on November 28.

Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) sources said Modi will uncover an arch at Miyapur metro rail station, the principal point on the Mumbai-Hyderabad national interstate, to check the introduction of the primary period of the task covering a separation of 30 km in two passages.

The whole metro rail venture extends for 72 km in three passageways.

Afterward, the PM will watch an introduction of advanced pictures of the development of the railroad framework in Hyderabad from the times of the Nizam State Railways to the raised Metro Rail venture. He is relied upon to go in the metro prepare for a separation of 13 km alongside state representative ESL Narasimhan, boss clergyman K Chandrasekhar Rao and different authorities.

The venture will be tossed open to general society two hours after the formal introduction, sources said.

“We are on the whole prepared with every one of the game plans for the introduction. We are simply anticipating the last agenda of the Prime Minister,” a best authority of the HMRL said.

Modi will be in the city to introduce the three-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit being sorted out by the US government in a joint effort with Niti Ayog, at Hyderabad International Convention Center at night.

One of the greatest metro rail extends out in the open private support (PPP) mode, the 72-km long metro rail venture initiated in April 2012 at an underlying evaluated cost of Rs 14,000 crore. According to the most recent gauges, the cost has gone up to over Rs 18,500 crore. The venture is being executed by Larsen and Toubro.

Telangana IT serve K T Rama Rao said the state government had authorized Rs 3,000 crore to the Hyderabad Metro rail task of which Rs 2,240 crore had been spent up until this point. The Center was giving Viability Gap Funding of Rs 1,458 crore and had so far discharged a measure of Rs 958 crore.

The pastor said the State government was additionally considering taking up Phase II of HMR. The activity for getting ready detail venture report for the same would begin without further ado.