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Building India’s backbone

The buildings, facilities, and processes that help run a nation are referred to as its infrastructure, i.e. backbone. The chain is disturbed when these facilities don’t function properly. This disturbance impedes progress, which leads to a deficit in the economy and, ultimately, to low living standards. 

A nation’s infrastructure and economic growth are inextricably intertwined. It serves as a stimulant for the creation of strategies aimed at reducing poverty by giving people access to necessities, including employment opportunities, healthcare, education, and food supplies. In many areas, it also raises productivity and enhances the quality of life.

Significant national objectives also depend on it. In order to link supply chains and effectively transport goods and services across borders, the economy needs a stable infrastructure. For human societies to survive globally, infrastructure is crucial. It provides for all aspects of human existence, from an individual’s survival and well-being to group collaboration toward shared objectives. For example, the availability of electricity is necessary to run industries, roads and bridges, and enable trade within and across areas; health care and education are vital to an individual’s existence and productivity. Given its significance, a country’s infrastructure can reveal a great deal about its degree of progress and wealth. Because governments and organisations often invest in infrastructure to promote economic and human growth, it is crucial to people’s lives and means of subsistence.

The enhancement of India’s infrastructure is critical to its ascent to developed status by 2047. Liveable, inclusive, and climate-resilient cities are the backbone of the economy. Keeping this in mind, the Adani Group plans to take advantage of the potential in the road, metro, and rail sectors by establishing national highways, expressways, tunnels, metro rail, and railways to contribute to nation-building and infrastructure development. 

The Adani Group has a history of successfully growing companies in the infrastructure sector. It has created a number of international and national railway lines. In India, it controls the longest private railway network, which stretches over 300 km. To guarantee smooth cargo movement, these lines are connected to its ports, mines, and economic hubs.

The Group has made investments in transmission lines, ports, airports, and power plants, among other infrastructure projects. These have increased trade, produced jobs, and enhanced the nation’s infrastructure as a whole. It also runs Adani Foundation that helps with housing, school and healthcare facility renovations, in addition to helping with sanitation and drinking water facility improvements. 

The Adani Group is building infrastructure that India needs to thrive. Join it in building a stronger tomorrow.