The congress party stated that on march 7, telangana chief minister A revanth reddy will lay the groundwork for the hyderabad metro rail project in the Old City. On Sunday, march 7, G Niranjan, senior vice president of the tpcc, stated that the congress party and the residents of Hyderabad's Old City are overjoyed with the chief minister's decision to begin construction on a metro line at Falakunama. 

Officials from hyderabad Metro rail (HMR) Limited were instructed by revanth reddy in january to accelerate the traffic studies and detailed project reports (DPRs) for the planned revised airport Metro alignment that would connect the nagole and LB nagar Metro stations by way of the Old City and LB Nagar.

By using an unobstructed central median that is 40 feet wide, this alternative route seeks to save construction costs.
The proposal calls for expanding current metro lines to neighboring locations for city expansion and integrating metro rail connections in the Musi riverside East-West corridor.
To complete the green line linking JBS in secunderabad and Falaknuma in the Old City, the hyderabad Metro rail Limited has tentatively selected locations for five metro stations near important monuments, including Salarjung Museum, Charminar, Shalibanda, Shamsheergunj, and Falaknuma.

Congress blames AIMIM for delay in Old City metro
Niranjan also accused the AIMIM in a news statement of being at fault for the region's metro construction delays.
"Even though metro services in hyderabad began operating in 2017, the AIMIM's concerns caused the metro construction at the mahatma gandhi bus Stand (MGBS) to cease. In addition to rejecting the other path that the AIMIM had proposed, L&T also said that it was unable to complete the work since the project's cost had gone up and the agreement's duration had passed.
Niranjan added that AIMIM MLAs "put up obstacles to the original proposal of the Old City Metro" even at the all-party meeting called by the state administration on december 9, 2014.

"The expense from Imiliban to Falakunama has increased to more than 2000 crores due to the Majlis leaders." To bring a metro rail system to Old City, the congress Party, other opposition parties, and Citizen forums have expressed their concerns and organized protests," he continued.
The senior vice president of tpcc requested an apology from AIMIM leaders, holding them accountable for the project's seven to eight-year delay.
"The public wants the chief minister to prioritize making metro services accessible to everyone as soon as possible and to release the necessary funds for these works without any obstacles," he stated.

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