Mungantiwar said infrastructure development is one of the top priorities of the BJP-led government.
"However, infrastructure requires a large sum of capital. In the next five years, we envisage that about Rs 1 lakh crore will be required to finance key projects," he said.
Given the constraints in raising such a huge amount, there is a need to look at alternative methods to generate funds for infrastructure development, he added.
'Mahainfra' would help raise Rs 1 lakh crore. The SPV is proposed to act as a single window for aggregating lands, held by various departments, for securitisation. Lands which are neither in use nor expected to be developed by the holding department for 10 years will be used for projects, he said.
The SPV would be a need-based financing, fund raising and advisory agency. The government is exploring the possibility of converting Mahainfra into a non-banking financial company on lines of Gujarat State Financial Services Ltd, he added.
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