It is confirmed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has agreed to inaugurate the first phase of the Hyderabad Metro Rail project on November 28.
According to the sources, the official letter in this regard is going to reach the Telangana government on Monday.
The confirmation came through following the report submitted by the Union Urban Development Ministry whose team of officials gave an approval on the project after the inspection in Hyderabad.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had written a letter to the Prime Minister on September 6 requesting him to launch the Metro Rail service in Hyderabad.
The Metro Rail project is one of the biggest public-private partnership project in the country is being constructed on a 72-km stretch encompassing three corridors spread across Hyderabad.
PM Modi will launch a 30 km stretch of the metro rail project extending from Nagole to Miyapur on November 28.
Officials are making test run between Mettuguda-Begumpet and sources say that the complete test run will be completed in 15 days.