Telangana Govt plans to improve road connectivity

As the newly born state is embracing rapid industrial development, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has ordered his subordinates to introduce effective planes to improve road connectivity in the state. Notably, the youngest state had recently introduced aggressive projects to develop the manufacturing sector and service sector of the state along with IT sector. The projects include Pharma city, Textile Park and new industries. As the state is expecting a rampant increase in the volume of vehicles, the government will introduce outer ring roads to evade traffic conjunction. While speaking in a meeting organised to crosscheck the state’s industrial and IT growth, he claims that improving the road connectivity is the need of the time. As per reports, the industrial booming will result into introduction of new vehicles in the state and it will lead to severe traffic conjunction unless the state introduces new infrastructural projects with immediate effect. It is learned that the state is keen to invite global players into the state for enabling a rapid industrial growth. In order to achieve their attention and interest, it will create an invest-friendly atmosphere like roads, office buildings, manufacturing parks, incentives, and many more. At the same time, the biggest asset of this youngest state is its promising IT sector. With productive projects, the state government strongly backs this modern industry.   Interestingly, the Pharma City project may transform the entire economic structure of the ailing backward state as this sector ensures large chunk of revenue to the state.



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