Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman today said that a high-level task force that was constituted for infra projects has recommended Rs 102 lakh crore spending on infrastructure.
A bulk of the pipeline of projects involve those in energy, road and railway projects. The government will also organise an annual global investor meet where Centre and states can meet investors and look at investment opportunities. The government is also looking at steps to improve public-private partnership projects, which have had some issues in the past.
The National Infrastructure Pipelines, will have share of the Centre at 39 percent. The share of the states will be 39 percent while that of the private sector will be 22 percent.