Build 6 New Airports In Telangana: CM To PM

Hyderabad, Dec.12 (Maxim News): Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today urged the Centre to set up six new Airports in the State. He was in Delhi for three days and meeting with the Union Ministers on state issues and development funds.

The Chief Minister wrote letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri to set up the new six airports in Telangana. KCR has urged upon the centre to set up the airports to increase better air transport facilities in the youngest state.

The Chief Minister is also learnt to have raised the issue of setting up an International Airport in Siddipet his home district as he informed people during a public meeting.

For these airports in the state, the government will provide land and facilities, the chief minister is learnt to have informed the centre. He mentioned these things in the separate letters written to the prime minister and the civil aviation minister.

The new airports are to be set up in districts like — Peddapally in Basanth Nagar, Mamunur in Warangal urban district, Adilabad, Nizamabad and Mahabubnagar district in Devarkadra area respectively.

The Chief Minister has already met with the union ministers including Amit Shah, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and others.

With Amit Shah, KCR spoke at length on the state issues and sought disaster relief for flood victims in the state. As per his itinerary, KCR is to hold talks with the finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman and seek funds release for various developmental programs and GST arrears as well.

The Chief Minister has sought an appointment of the prime minister and PMO reportedly yet to finalize the same. Thus he wrote a letter to Modi and Hardeep Singh on the new airports that are needed to be set up in the state. (Maxim News)

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