The worrying lull in India’s infra push
- With only a few bright spots, lofty infrastructure-creation goals may get stalled for a while. What can be done?
- The recent tussle between the Centre and the states over GST revenue sharing is only going to add to the air of uncertainty. When it comes to infra spending, states usually do the heavy lifting
MUMBAI : In August, Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated the India Investment Grid website, an online dashboard that lays out information on large-scale government infrastructure projects as an aid to investors, lenders and companies bidding for work. The grid is designed to give real-time updates on the implementation of the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP), the Modi government’s ₹111 trillion infrastructure investment plan that runs from FY20-25.
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