Municipal minister K.T. Rama Rao laid the cornerstone on monday for five bridges across the musi river and a high-level bridge linking Peerzadiguda and Fathullaguda near uppal, reiterating his commitment to building substantial infrastructure in the city and its surrounds. The four-lane bridges' visual appeal will be comparable to that of the most famous bridges in european cities. In addition to two at the projected Budvel IT park, bridges would be built at Manchirevula, uppal Bhagayat, and Pratap Singaram.

"Hyderabad produces almost 45% of the state's income. If fundamental necessities like power, water, and law and order are guaranteed, people would live happily, according to Rao. The people should support their leaders and the administration, who have been working for their welfare and the growth of the state, he said. The government has completed a number of projects. At an estimated cost of Rs 545 crore, the state government would build 15 bridges over the musi river in various parts of the city, with Rs 52 core set aside for the Fathullaguda Bridge, he added.

The minister predicted that after Durgam Cheruvu, these bridges will be the favourite site for filmmakers. According to him, they would enhance the region's attractiveness and increase road connections. The high-level bridge will link the warangal national highway, Boduppal, Peerzadiguda, uppal, and the central ground water board.

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