Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Jan 19 go to to Hyderabad postponed | Technoscoob
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to Hyderabad on January 19 has been postponed.
He was scheduled to go to town to flag off Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam Vande Bharat practice and inaugurate or lay basis stone for a number of different initiatives.
Union Minister for Tourism and Tradition G. Kishan Reddy on Wednesday acquired the data from the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) concerning the postponement.
Telangana BJP president Bandi Sanjay stated that the revised schedule of Modi’s go to will likely be introduced quickly.
Kishan Reddy had introduced on Monday that the Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation and lay the muse stone for a number of initiatives value greater than Rs 7,000 crore throughout his go to.
He was scheduled to dedicate to the nation Secunderabad-Mahabubnagar Railway doubling line of 85 km. The price of the venture is Rs 1,410 crore
The Prime Minister was additionally scheduled to unveil initiatives value Rs 2,597 crore at Indian Institute of Expertise (IIT), Hyderabad.
He was additionally to put the muse stone for numerous initiatives, together with for the redevelopment/modernization of Secunderabad Railway Station at a price of Rs 699 crore, railway periodic overhauling workshop at Kazipet at a price of Rs 521 crore.
He may also launch work on widening and strengthening to 2/4 lane 60 km of Mahabubnagar-Chincholi part of Nationwide Freeway 167N.
The work is to be taken up at an estimated price of Rs 704 crore.
Basis stone may also be laid for widening and strengthening to 4 lane/2 lane of 42.57 km of the present Mahabubnagar-Chincholi part. The estimated price of the venture is Rs 632 crore.
Modi was additionally to put basis stone for Rs 513 crore venture to widen to 2 lane 45.95 km of Nizampet-Narayankhed-Bidar part of NH-161B.
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