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As Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley look to complete an agreement on a revival of stalled bank NPAs (Non Performing Assets), banks are also trying to revive loans against infrastructure projects after nearly a decade since the economic reforms began.

India’s infrastructure sector was a sleepy corner even during the UPA government, with NPAs being higher than the income of many PSUs and commercial banks and risks hitting the credit rating of state-run banks, which had to depend on the central government for capital.

It was not as if the new government had ignored the sector. Construction of highways and new power plants were being planned by the NDA government in 2013. But a huge pile-up in land acquisition for big projects had held back the execution.

Banks were also cautious on the new government’s plans for a foreign exchange trading regime due to recent developments in the global economy, leading to delays in payments for the projects.

Infrastructure projects also saw a slowdown in bids because of the economic slowdown in 2014, further leading to losses in the sector.

The government has so far focussed on clearing the bad debt. It has announced a rule that borrowers with outstanding loans of under 10 crore rupees to the public sector banks (PSBs) will be given a one-year moratorium.

As on December 24, there were 1.27 lakh such loans with an outstanding of Rs 2.97 trillion. The remaining Rs 51,000 crore loans will be reviewed over the next two years.

Experts suggest the government will be able to bring down the NPAs, but the difference with the UPA is that the private sector will also have to agree on the restructuring of bad loans.

“Banks are writing off credit to the tune of Rs 8 lakh crore. This is unprecedented. The industry is hoping the government can cut the NPAs further,” Indian Banks Association (IBA) president Subrata Mitra said.

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