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KTR moves in fast to scotch Metro rumour

Wed, Aug 03, 2016, 12:42 PM
IT and Communications Minister K. Taraka Ramarao immediately intervened following a report that a pillar of the Metro at Gachibowli had broken to refute the picture report appearing in social media and clarifying that it belonged to the Rawalpindi Metro in Pakistan.

KTR's speed in coming to the rescue of Metro is laudable, but what about the unending work on the Metro, inconveniencing road traffic for such a long time?

The fact that the Rawalpindi Metro mishap was morphed on Hyderabad works shows the concern of the people of this city, although not on the right track. The fact that the pillars are in the middle of the Hyderabad roads always pose a danger. Dangers are there, but the delays are adding to the problem.

Hopefully, the minister will intervene and persuade the contractors to join the key links and get the Metro off the ground. The Metro work going on and on is itself a danger. It needs to be speeded up. Because problems can be found and solved if it runs only.

The authorities must take into consideration the amount of space occupied by Metro and the resultant inconvenience to the free moving traffic for years. That should be a determining factor for speeding the Metro completion. The delay will only add to the depreciation of the engineering that is going into the construction.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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