Our Telangana / Hyderabad: Union Home Minister Kishan Reddy has revealed that the long awaited dream of the people of Hyderabad, the Regional Ring Road, is coming true. With the construction of this ring road, the brand image of Hyderabad will be further enhanced. The development of the state depends on it. On Monday, he met Union Roads and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari along with state BJP leaders. The context is mainly discussed on the Regional Ring Road. Afterwards, Kishan Reddy told the media that the Center had given its approval in principle for the construction of the Regional Ring Road. The two phases together cost about Rs. He said the Center was going to build a regional ring road at a cost of Rs 17,000 crore. With this, the traffic congestion in Hyderabad will be alleviated and the ring road will be useful for 20 towns. Kishan Reddy said the face of Hyderabad will change with new investments and development of the real estate sector. In this context, he asked the Telangana state government to expedite land acquisition for the Regional Ring Road. About 40 per cent of the people will benefit if this road comes up.
Kishan Reddy reminded that the Hyderabad Ring Road has already brought a good name to the city. The regional ring road will be about 30 km away from the existing ring road. He said work on the first phase from Sangareddy to Chautaupal would begin. He said the Center had decided to construct a total of 158 km of ring road. He said the center identified it as NH161A. Approximately Rs. 9,522 crore as construction cost. He appealed to the Regional Ring Road on the south side of Hyderabad.
The second phase was asked to be sanctioned from Chautaupal to Sangareddy. Asked to approve it as soon as possible. On top of this, Rs. It will cost over Rs 6,881 crore. With this, Rs. The regional ring road will be completed at a cost of Rs 17,000 crore. Kishan Reddy said the ring road would connect all the highways coming to Hyderabad. Logistics parks along the Regional Ring Road are also being developed. He also said that there is a possibility of growth and investment in agriculture, employment, industries and IT sectors. Among those who met the Union Minister were party national vice-president DK Aruna and several state leaders.
Centre approves RRR Road in Hyderabad