Multi-Modal Transit System (MMTS) Phase-II rural rail extend for the capital got a major lift in the Union Budget with the Railway Ministry apportioning Rs. 100 crore as its share towards its finish. Another tranche of Rs. 16 crore was for Ghatkesar-Yadadri augmentation under a similar venture. The SCR was looking forward at going into a concurrence with the State government for redevelopment of Secunderabad Railway Station, development of another terminal at Cherlapally and fruition of MMTS stage II, Yadav said. A comparative joint wander was shaped with the Andhra Pradesh government for infrastructural advancement in the neighboring State, he said. A few works in Telangana got generous assets for new foundation ventures and noticeable among them being 220-km Armoor-Adilabad railroad line by means of Nirmal at a cost of Rs. 2,800 crore as another joint wander extend with the State. "We have sent a draft consent to the Government and are concluding the JV," the GM said. The SCR will soon coast tenders for redevelopment of Secunderabad Railway Station as a world class station. Yadav said 37 stations were short-recorded by the middle for redevelopment in SCR zone with Secunderabad and Vijayawada stations to be viewed as this year.