Sources from Hyderabad made a statement that the Hyderabad Metro Rail authorities are planning to the turn Madhuranagar station into an all women Metro station. This new plan is taken to higher officials for further scrutiny in the matter.
According to sources it was stated that Mr. N.V.S Reddy, managing director of HMRL said, “In an effort to empower women, we are going to develop the station as a women centric station where all facilities for women and children will be available. It will be managed by women staff and there will be shopping facilities too for women.”
Moreover the Madhuranagar Metro Rail station is posing challenges in terms of cleanliness and the Hyderabad Metro Rail officials state that it will be sorted out. Reports added that the Metro Rail authorities are also working towards introducing electric vehicles and electric charging facilities at all Metro stations so that the electric vehicles can be used to commute to metro stations.
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