Extend Metro Rail Facility To Shamshabad Airport: KCR

Hyderabad, Nov.23 (Maxim News): Releasing the TRS manifesto for GHMC polls, party Chief and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today announced to extend Metro Rail facility to Shamshabad International Airport.

He said that the government will offer Rs 10 cr reimbursement for films and theatres can restart screening of the films and hike ticket prices in the state. The Chief Minister made a fervent appeal to people remain cautious to Corona virus spread as second wave is reportedly going on across the country. At the at Telangana Bhavan with ministers and MP Keshava Rao, KCR has said that the cinema theatres can open any time amid corona protocols.

He reiterated that the people should follow Corona protocols to refrain from virus effect. The chief Minister has said that the government improves facilities in the city and districts to check virus spread. To make the city a global destination we are implementing the best policies and lakhs of crores of investments coming in pushing our economic growth he said.

As part of the second phase of metro rail facility to be extended to the International Airport he said. Thus KCR has hinted that the metro rail is to pass through old city of Hyderabad which has been deprived of the facility so far. The government will give reimbursement of Rs 10 for small budget films and offer other sops in the state, the Chief Minister said.

Like in other states, the cinema theatres can increase the rates of tickets for exhibition of the films and screening he said. We plan to spend Rs 12000 cr to flood water management and Rs 13000 crore for strategic maintenance of nalas he said.

On the GHMC polls, KCR said that the city will develop if the TRS is voted to power as there is no use if other parties win. He slammed the BJP for trying to create panic in the peaceful city, which disturbing acts will be suppressed with iron hand, he warned. (Maxim News)

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