PM Modi has dedicated to the nation today the Jakler-Krishna Rail Line built on the Munirabad-Mahabubnagar section at the cost of 505 crore rupees in Telangana.
The Prime Minister has opened some big projects and started the planning for others, which together cost more than 13 thousand crore rupees. These projects are about making better roads, trains, schools, and energy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also started the Hassan-Charlapally LPG pipeline, which cost 2 thousand 661 crore rupees. This will allow 37 lakh more people to use LPG gas. They will also begin building a ‘Multi Product Pipeline’ between Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and Hyderabad.
Jakler-Krishna Rail Line Length
The starting of a new train service on the Jakler-Krishna Rail Line route will increase the connectivity in the southern district of Telangana with both the state capital and Raichur in Karnataka. This railway line will also increase the social, economic development of the people in the area. Jakler-Krishna Rail Line Length is 37 km, which is a part of the Mahabubnagar-Munirabad New Line project.
The Mahabubnagar – Munirabad New Line project, covering a distance of 243.5 kilometres, has been approved with a recent estimated cost of Rs 3543 Crores. The section between Devarkadra and Krishna, spanning 66 kilometres, has been carried out by South Central Railway at a revised estimated cost of Rs 943 Crores. The Devarkadra to Jaklair section, measuring 28.3 kilometres, was finished in March 2017, followed by the Jaklair to Makthal section, spanning 11.5 kilometres, completed in August 2020.
Subsequently, the Makthal to Maganoor stretch, covering 13.3 kilometres, was completed in March 2022. Now, the final segment between Maganoor and Krishna, spanning 12.7 kilometres, is also completed, marking the successful conclusion of the entire South Central Railway portion of the project.
Apart from Jakler-Krishna Rail Line Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also inaugurated the Kachiguda – Raichur – Kachiguda’ memu train service and the four-lane highway between Suryapet-Khammam built at the cost of over 2,400 crore rupees. He will lay foundation stones for several other road projects worth over 6 thousand 400 crores rupees. He will also virtually inaugurate 4 buildings constructed at a cost of 81 crore rupees at Central University in Hyderabad.