Landomus Realty proposes to ‘invest’ $ 500 billion in infrastructure project in India


The company also says it has a “plan to make India pandemic free” and wants to present that plan

In the newspaper front page ads today, Landomus Realty Ventures announced plans to invest $ 500 billion in India’s National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) as part of its Build India initiative. The company, in an unusual gesture, made the announcement as a “humble appeal” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) was unveiled by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in December 2019.

Landomus Realty Ventures Inc., United States, to invest US $ 500 billion in equity capital as part of the first phase of Build India’s US $ 2 trillion investment in the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) and non-NIP projects listed by the Indian government. as part of the India Investment Grid initiative for “Invest India,” Landomus Group Chairman Pradeep Kumar Satyaprakash said in an ad published in some leading newspapers.

“The Landomus Group aims to assist the government in its efforts to rebuild India and achieve the target of $ 5,000 billion in GDP. The Landomus Group asks you to give us the opportunity to contribute to your vision of a new India, ”the text reads.

Landomus Realty Ventures also made the same announcement on its website,

The company also says it has a “plan to make India pandemic free” and is asking for the opportunity to present that plan.

Very few details are known about the company. According to its one-page website, Landomus Realty Ventures is a United States-based business under the name Landomus Realty Ventures Inc., USA.

On Twitter, many pointed to details of the company on the site He describes Landomus Ventures Private Limited as a private company incorporated in India on July 17, 2015. It is registered as a non-governmental company with the Registrar of Companies, Bangalore. Yashas Pradeep Kumar, Sathyaprakash Pradeep Kumar and Rakshith Gangadhar are the directors of Landomus Realty Ventures.

Market and real estate experts declined to comment on the matter.


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