In Kerala, we have already identified some projects, which we will be developing in the future." He, however, declined to comment on the size of the investment the group is planning to put in.
According to the sources, SRK group plans to invest about Rs 2,000 crore in Kerala in five years.
In the event, Malabar Port will be given a compensation by the winning bidder, the quantum of which will be indicated in the request for proposal (RFP) documents.
The selected investor will not be given any financial assistance by the Government for supporting infrastructure such as rail connectivity, widening of the roads, water supply and electricity at any stage of the development process.
Actually the bidding process for cherthala to Trivandrum stretch was ongoing, if that was completed then there is a fare chance of icluding this project in the $500 Billion road infrastructure project.