Highway Works In Telangana Halted For Land Obtainment
The Hyderabad Regional Ring Road is affirmed to have full Union government funding, as part of its attempt to develop Hyderabad. G. Kishan Reddy, the Union Tourism Minister, exclaimed that the center distributed several crores for the development of national highways in Telangana.
The state government was criticized for postponing the acquisition of land. This delay was unappreciated as the land was required to expand the national highways. Reddy asserted that at least 274 km-long works have emerged costing Rs 7,040 crore. National Highways works stretching up to 336 km are scattered underway at Rs 8,563 crores.
Projects that were done last year incorporate the four-lane NH-161 from Kandi to Ramsnpalle, four-lane of NH-161 from Mangalore up to Telangana state border, four-lane of Suryapet to Khammam, and another four-lane range on NH-363 from Mancherial to Repallewada.
In 2021, the agreement between the National Highway Authority of India and concessionaire sighted the completion of laning of NH-363 from Repallewada to Maharashtra border and four-lane NH-365A from Kodad to Khammam.
Construction of a four-lane section of NH-365BG, NH-163, NH-563, and six-lanes access-controlled highway of Julekal village to Dinnedevarapadu are all underway.