"The government has to diagnose property all the issues. They will have to look whether there are any deficiencies and then do the needful, as it needs a huge USD one trillion investment in infrastructure sector in India," Hinduja said.

Terming Public-Private-Partnership as the way ahead for infrastructure building, the eminent industrialist told media on the sidelines of the WEF Annual Meeting here that such huge amounts of work cannot be undertaken alone by the Indian companies and they would also need to bring in partners from abroad.
"The investors are very happy about the reform initiatives, but they also want the government to show that the projects are taking off. They will start putting money once they see that projects are taking off and the results of reforms become visible on the ground," he said,
Hinduja said the investors are watching the new government and the steps being taken by it and the government should also focus on delivering on its promises to convert this immense interest into real investments on the ground.

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