Namma Metro has become one the most convenient transport for all Bangaloreans. And even people in Namma Metro consider it’s the safest transport. Likewise, we saw Metro constructions are going for many years too.
Kempegowda Metro Station is the busiest station so far now. It’s a pollution free, non-traffic, and less travelling time for people.
So after observing these, Infosys started planning things.
BENGALURU: Chief minister HD Kumaraswamy on Saturday said Infosys Foundation has offered to contribute Rs 200 crore for Rs 200 crore for construction of the Konappana Agrahara Metro as well as laying of railway tracks.
Sudha Murthy Role Model
CM says he will sign a memorandum of understanding on July 19. The CM made this announcement after meeting Sudha Murthy at his home. She is the Chairman of Infosys Foundation. He appreciated the Foundation’s initiative while recalling its contribution to Kidwai Memorial Hospital and the education sector. He describes Sudha Murthy is an inspiration and role model for the other companies.
After the railway station construction and railway track laid, the foundation will take care of maintenance of 30 years.
Sudha Murthy says contributing hard earned money to the people’s cause gives immense pleasure.
BMRCL earmarked Rs.100 crore for the contribution of the Konappa Agrahara Station which in between RV Road and Electronic City.
RV Road and Electronic City is the part of the second phase of the 19.6km which elevate Metro rail network being built at a cost of Rs.1,974 Cr. As a result, expect to be completed by 2021.