India has spent $14 trillion on developing the infrastructure in the last 75 years. The Indian government has made $14 trillion in infrastructure investments since the nation attained independence.
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The country that is currently categorised as a developing country gained its independence on August 15, 1947. Since then, every new Indian government has made improving the country’s current infrastructure a top priority.
The data shows that India has spent $14 trillion on infrastructure development over the last 75 years. Throughout the last nine years, $7 trillion of this sum have been spent.
The money was used for big infrastructure projects like the bullet train, the Mumbai-Nagpur smruddhi corridor, and motorways, as well as for metro rail corridors in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Lucknow, and Deharadun in Karnataka.
The information that is currently available indicates that Mumbai is home to projects valued more than 7 lakh crores. A few of these projects involve building sea bridges and a 333 km long metro rail network.
The BJP-led government in place at the moment intends to spend an additional $7 trillion over the next six years.