Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said Friday the government is open to suggestions from the new management of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS) to revive its infrastructure schemes. “It is not our work to stall road projects. Our work is to complete projects in time within the ambit of rules and regulations. If any company or any contractor, facing obstacles comes we will try to find out a solution,” the road transport and highways minister said on the sidelines of India-Russia Business summit here.
He said IL&FS has a new management which after analysing the situation will come up with suggestions and based on that the government is ready to help them.
We are facilitators and we want to complete our work in a transparent manner, Gadkari said.
He said the government is committed to complete the projects in a transparent, time-bound and corruption-free manner as “completing the projects is its mandate”. Read more
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