Hyderabad, under the visionary leadership of BRS party Working President K.T. Rama Rao, is poised to undergo a transformative journey to become a global city, reminiscent of Beijing’s development with its five concentric ring roads. Minister K.T. Rama Rao unveiled ambitious plans for the creation of a 332-kilometre Regional Ring Road (RRR), seamlessly connecting the existing Inner Ring Road (IRR) and Outer Ring Road (ORR). Speaking at an interactive session with members of the Telangana Builders Federation (TBF) in Hyderabad, Minister K.T. Rama Rao outlined the pivotal role the Regional Ring Road is set to play in the state’s progress. Envisaged to cover 40% of the population, the RRR will link 20 towns with National Highways, fostering enhanced connectivity and regional development. This strategic infrastructure initiative reflects the government’s commitment to sustainable urban planning and efficient transportation networks.
Highlighting the remarkable achievements of the BRS party during its tenure since the formation of Telangana in 2014, Minister K.T. Rama Rao underscored the city’s remarkable transformation within a mere 6.5 years. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Hyderabad has emerged as a testament to effective governance and stability under the BRS party. In a candid and pointed remark aimed at the Congress party, particularly Rahul Gandhi, K.T. Rama Rao emphasized the contrasting priorities between the two political entities. “These people don’t understand the value of Hyderabad and its real estate. While Rahul Gandhi and the Congress aim to secure victory in Telangana, our focus is on ensuring the triumph and prosperity of Telangana,” asserted KTR. This remark underscores the BRS party’s commitment to the welfare and prosperity of the state, positioning itself as the driving force behind Telangana’s success story.
Addressing concerns within the agriculture sector, Minister K.T. Rama Rao expressed unwavering confidence in the well-being of farmers in Telangana. He highlighted the tangible benefits experienced by farmers, noting the increased value of agricultural land. The Minister’s assurance extended to the notion that any farmer in Telangana could confidently declare, “Even if something happens to me, my family will be fine. The interactive session with the Telangana Builders Federation served as a platform to not only unveil transformative plans for infrastructure development but also to reaffirm the BRS party’s commitment to the overall progress and prosperity of Telangana. Minister K.T. Rama Rao’s strategic vision for Hyderabad’s development and his unwavering confidence in the state’s future position Telangana as a beacon of progress under the BRS party’s leadership.