According to the bank's website, "The proposed loan will enable the borrower to augment the capacity of the 50.8-kilometer Anandapuram -Pendurthi -Anakapalli section of National Highway 5 (now National Highway 16) in Andhra Pradesh, India by converting it from a two-lane into a six-lane road."
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