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Hyderabad, December 1, ( first stage phase-1 of the Metro train is expected to be completed by November-next phase-II and the second phase. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who came to the Metro Rail opening ceremony, suggested that it be extended to Shamshabad Airport. Even though the state government has already focused on it, the Prime Minister's suggestion is that the second phase of construction will be faster and faster. The state government has already asked Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to give a report on the second stage of Metro Rail. Similarly, a 102 km secondary metro rail line in the Integrated Transmission Study Report on Population Density and Passenger Rate, the state government has decided to take 83 km. In addition, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has been asked to include the Puri-Puri (Yadadri) route from Uppal in the second phase of the metro rail expansion. The Metro Railway route will be completed in the second phase with six corridors at 155 km. Meters reached. Municipal Minister K. Tarakarama Rao also announced that the Metro Rail will be expanded to around 200 km around Hyderabad city. After his departure in the Delhi Metro Rail, the Hyderabad Metro Rail Corporation has ordered the Hyderabad Metro Rail Corporation to set up proposals for the second phase. The government has proposed metro rail corridors for Shamsabad Airport from both sides, not one side of Tashad International Airport. In the second phase, the government decided to build 155 km metro line in six corridors. Naveen Mittal, Chief Secretary of Municipal and Urban Development, went to Japan last August and discussed with the officials. The state government is planning to make a second phase of Metro rail line with Japan's Mutubashi Motors Corporation or Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA). The first phase of the next year, the government plans to start construction of the second phase of construction of the metro rail line. The state government has 155 km six corridors to be taken up in the second phase.

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