should be auctioned,” he said.
He opined that Government was willing and transparent to face the investigations into all those allegations.
On foreign investments into the country, he said the moods will change in favour of India even if the growth rate reaches 7 per cent (as against the annual targetted 8 per cent growth for 12th Five-Year Plan period).
He however, felt that the Government needs to improve infrastructure and put it on the top of the agenda.
According to him, the growth will not slow down though general elections are scheduled to be held in six months, as the current issues that the country is faced with are not structural related problems.