KTR Letter: KTR letter to the Center .. Appeal to allocate funds to Telangana in the budget

Minister of State KTR wrote a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman asking him to allocate funds for Telangana in the Union Budget. The letter asked for funds to be allocated for industrial infrastructure. He said that many projects are being carried out by the municipal department in Telangana and it needs funds. Hyderabad & zwnj; For Pharmacy Development, National & zwnj; Industrial & zwnj; Manufacturing & zwnj; The letter asked for funding for the zone.

Industrial & zwnj; The issue of corridors was also mentioned in the KTR letter. He demanded Rs 6,000 crore for 3 roads in the industrial corridor. Hyderabad & zwnj; – Bangalore, Hyderabad & zwnj; -KTR said it would make proposals regarding the Vijayawada Industrial Corridor. However, in this regard .. Rs 1500 crore has been requested to allocate funds. Defense & zwnj; Industrial & zwnj; Production & zwnj; KTR has written to Nirmala Sitharaman in the past in the wake of budget meetings.

Central share was sought for various projects and works undertaken under the Municipal Department in Telangana. The letter said Rs 7,778 crore should be allocated in the forthcoming central budget. The Center has sought funding for some projects in the state, including the KPHB-Kokapet-Narsingi Corridor, the Warangal Metro-Neo project and the Mass Rapid Transit System (EMRTS), Metro Neo Network. The second installment of the Strategic Road Development Scheme (SRDP), along with the Moosi River River Development, East West Expressway, development of elevated corridors, STP projects, Phase-1 sewerage network projects in Hyderabad, STP projects covering the Outer Ring Road, as well as the construction of missing link roads in the city.

KTR said the initial estimate for the MMRTS project was Rs 3,050 crore. KTR has asked Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to sanction 15 per cent of the project cost of Rs 450 crore. He said it would also connect with the proposed Airport Express in Narsingi, as well as the existing metro network in the Financial District. Asking for Rs 184 crore (20 per cent) for the Warangal Metro-Neo project, Minister KTR said the project would be a major milestone in public transport in Tier-2 city. In a previous letter, KTR explained that the state government was exploring the possibility of making metro-neo coaches in Telangana in line with the central policy of Make in India, Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.

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