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Hyderabad metro: No choice on old city course

Hyderabad metro: No choice on old city course

Hyderabad metro: No choice on old city course

Hyderabad: The Sultan Bazaar Metro Rail course on Corridor 3 — Gandhi Hospital, Musheerabad, RTC Crossroads, Chikkadpally, Narayanguda, Sultan Bazaar and MG Bus Station — will stay as it seems to be. The Old City course, on the other hand, has still not been chosen and is under the procedure. The proposed change on that extent is to take the course along the Musi River, Bahadurpura, Kalapathar to Falaknuma. The first arrangement was Darulshifa, Miralam Mandi, Etebar Chowk, Moghalpura and other thickly populated zones.

The Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao had declared in the Legislative Assembly in June 2014 that he would not permit the Metro Rail to go through Sultan Bazaar and Assembly and that the courses would be realigned. After 16 months, the legislature has requested that L&T Metro Rail proceeds as indicated by the first arrangement.

L&T, in the interim, has not revealed the monetary misfortune because of this 16-month delay. Officers say that they had 72 km to chip away at and they had been focusing on the “unmistakable” ranges.

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Plausibility studies were done at Red Hills and even at Sultan Bazaar by L&T Metro Rail and the specialized group had opined that turning the train from Lakdi-ka-Pul, and even at Koti Women’s College, would involve a lot of difficulties.

Additionally, the course at Old City was not adequate to L&T. Sources said that the Metro won’t enter the Old City and will end at the MGBS transport station. The prior stand of L&T Metro Rail and HMR, to begin little extends and beware of the plausibility of the venture, is currently being invalidated. They express that they will begin most extreme extends with the goal that more individuals can advantage. Nonetheless, the undertaking has not yet got the Railway Safety testament, which the state government needs to apply for.

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The Sultan Bazaar Traders Association has required a bandh on Friday taking after the declaration by L&T Metro that the Metro Rail will be based on the first course. Annoyed with the declaration, the merchants held a dire meeting and requested that the legislature elucidates its position. C. Madhusudhan Rao of the affiliation said that 300 brokers and 500 peddlers would be influenced. “The state government has not turned out obviously with its stand. It is just the concessionaire who is talking, which is extremely befuddling,” he said. He said affiliation pioneers have not been given the arrangement to meet government authorities on the matter.

Date not yet settled for metro begin

L&T Metro Rail overseeing executive V.B. Gadgil said that no date had been altered to begin the administration. “We need to finish the venture and we are focusing on that,” Mr. Gadgil said on Thursday. The prior arrangement was to begin the administration on little extends and acclimate suburbanites with the administration; however, L&T now says that the due date for the venture is 2017. Asked when the administrations would begin, Mr. Gadgil said, “We are not making any declarations today”.

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