Telangana’s PM Modi unveiled development initiatives totaling more than Rs 13,500 crore. In Telangana on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will officially open construction projects worth more than 8,000 crore in advance of the state elections later this year.
These initiatives span several industries, including thermal power plants and railroads.
“The first 800 MW Unit of Phase 1 of the Telangana Super Thermal Power Project of NTPC will be dedicated to the nation in keeping with the Prime Minister’s aim of boosting power generation with increased energy efficiency in the nation. It will help Telangana flourish economically by giving the state access to affordable power. Additionally, the power plant will be among the most environmentally friendly in the nation, according to a statement from the prime minister’s office.
In Telangana’s Mahbubnagar, PM Modi on Sunday unveiled development initiatives totaling more than 13,500 crore in the fields of roads, rail, oil and gas, and higher education.
The new railway line between Manoharabad and Siddipet as well as the electrification project between Dharmabad – Manoharabad and Mahabubnagar – Kurnool will be dedicated by the prime minister on Monday. “The 76 km long Manoharabad-Siddipet rail line will boost the socio-economic development of the region, especially in the districts of Medak and Siddipet,” the statement read.
The project to electrify the rail lines between Dharmabad, Manoharabad, and Mahabubnagar, Kurnool will assist increase train speeds on average and promote environmentally friendly rail travel in the area. Additionally, the region’s local rail commuters will benefit from the start of the Siddipet-Secunderabad-Siddipet train service, according to the statement.
On Monday, Modi will dedicate NMDC’s steel facility at Nagarnar in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar district to the country. Additionally, he will formally launch various train projects in the state and lay foundation stones.