Hyderabad, June 2 : The fourth anniversary of Telangana State was celebrated by HMRL and its MD NVS Reddy unfurled National Flag at Metro Rail Bhavan, Begumpet, today.
Speaking on the occasion, Reddy stated that both the Telangana State and the Hyderabad Metro Rail project in PPP mode were considered impossible. But, due to relentless struggle, perseverance and hard work, it became a reality and won appreciation the world over. Though still in their early days, both have achieved tremendous progress and set several new benchmarks in the development agenda, he said.
Stating that trial runs for the Ameerpet-LB Nagar stretch (16 km) of corridor-I would start soon, NVS Reddy indicated that works are also going on at a brisk pace on Ameerpet-Hitec city section (10 km) of corridor-III and JBS-MGBS section (10 km) of corridor-II.
Chief Electrical Engineer DVS Raju, Chief Engineer Pancham, Chief Signalling & Telecommunications Engineer K. Laxman, Chief Project Manager B. Anand Mohan, senior officers, engineers and staff members participated in the celebrations.