Uttam Demands Upgradation of Railway Infrastructure in Nalgonda

Uttam Demands Upgradation of Railway Infrastructure in Nalgonda

·Nalgonda MP submits representation to Railway Minister with a series of demands

Demands | Hyderabad/New Delhi, April 6: In a bid to improve transportation and connectivity in his constituency, Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy has presented a list of railway development demands to Union Minister for Railways Ashwini Vaishnav.

The demands aim to address the region’s infrastructure needs while also boosting economic development. He reminded the Minister that he has been raising these demands from the Railway Ministry several times in the Parliament over the last four years.


Uttam Kumar Reddy called for an urgent financial sanction for the new railway line between Dornakal and Miryalaguda, passing through Nelakondapalli, Kodad, Huzurnagar, and Nereducherla. He emphasized the financial viability of the proposed line, given the area’s potential for growth, and its status as a hub for the cement and rice milling industries.

Nalgonda: Uttam Demands Upgradation of Railway Infrastructure

“A detailed project report is under preparation for sanction of the above new railway line. This area is a very high potential area with the fast-growing towns of Kodad and Huzurnagar and being one of the biggest hubs of cement and rice milling industries in India,” he said in the letter.

The Congress MP also requested that the 90 km-long railway line between Motamarri- Jaggaipet – Mellacheruvu- Jaanpadu, Wadapalli – Vishnupuram, be made fit for passenger travel passenger services be started at an early date.


This connects important cement plants like Ramco Cements, Zuari Cements, Ultratech Cements, My Home Cement, Sagar Cements and India Cements Ltd., Motamarri-Vishnupuram railway line connects important towns, cement plants, and pilgrimage centers in Nalgonda constituency, He urged the authorities to sanction the necessary work required for the Commissioner of Railways Safety’s approval, as well as the construction of platforms for passenger services. (Hydnow)

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