To generate interest in investments, and to provide a ready list of assets to the interested investors, a National Monetary Policy was announced with the objective of providing a clear framework for monetisation. You can read about the Make In India – Initiatives, Aims, Advantages & Challenges in the given link.
The Government had stressed that these assets are brownfield assets.Monetization means, for a specific time period, the Government is willing to transfer the revenue rights to private entities. In return those private entities will have to give a commitment of investments in the assets, a share in the revenue and provide money upfront.
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