New Delhi, Nov. 14 -- Roads, power, including renewables, housing and telecom projects are expected to get the lion's share of the National Democratic Alliance's (NDA) proposed Rs.100 trillion infrastructure investment.

The finance ministry is drawing up a plan for the 'national infrastructure pipeline' for the next five years. The ministry set up a task force in September to identify technically and economically viable infrastructure projects that can be kick started in the current financial year and can be included in the Rs.100 trillion plan for the sector over the next five years.

The task force, headed by economic affairs secretary Atanu Chakraborty, is in discussion with over two dozen concerned ministries, and departments are wor...