Medak MP urges NHAI officials to install lights on Mumbai-Hyderabad highway

Kotha Prabhakar Reddy has further suggested them to install radium reflectors and signboards along the road to restrict the accident rate.

By Author  |  Published: 3rd Jul 2020  6:15 pm
Medak MP, Kotha Prabhakar Reddy is talking to NHAI officials at his camp office at Madhapur in Hyderabad on Friday.

Medak: Medak MP Kotha Prabhakar Reddy has asked the officials of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI)  to install lights on Mumbai-Hyderabad from Sangareddy Junction to Karnataka border near Zaheerabad town to provide a smooth ride to vehicular drivers during the nights.

During a review meeting with Project Director NH-65, COP Furtado and other officials at MP’s camp office in Madhapur in Hyderabad on Friday, Reddy has further suggested them to install radium reflectors and signboards along the road to restrict the accident rate.

The MP, who pursued to get a special fund of Rs 40 crore from Union Ministry of Surface Transporation to build a flyover at Malakpur Junction near Sangareddy on NH-65, has asked the officials to speed up the works.  Asking them to take up the plantation of saplings on the road divider as part of Telanganku Haritha Haram (TKHH) on Mumbai-Hyderabad highway, he has further instructed them to complete the drains along the highway so that the rainwater would flow down easily.

Earlier, TSRTC erstwhile Medak district officials have met the MP to explain about the courier, cargo and parcel services being launched by them. The MP has asked them to be prompt in the delivery of the services. Since the TSRTC is offering the services at a much cheaper rate than others, the Medak MP has said that the TSRTC would certainly attract the attention of citizens. MLA, Patancheru, Gudem Mahipal Reddy, Regional Manager, Sangareddy Rajashekar, Depot Manager, Sangareddy, Nagabhushanm, Assistant Manager, Naveen Yadav and others were present.

 


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