Chairman & Managing Director of Vishvaraj Infrastructure Limited (VIL India) Mr. Arun Lakhani says investing in technology are just stepping stones to urbanized and modern India. At Vishvaraj Infra (VIL) we consider in creating value for ALL stakeholders by removing inefficiencies. We deem ourselves as social entrepreneurs since Water, Waste Water and Transport; the sectors in which we have built our reputation are closely interwoven with the lives of people. As business, apart from value creation for share holders they also impact happiness quotient of the people, thus offering enormous satisfaction to us for our life transforming work.

Here is what Mr. Arun Lakhani has to say the entire integrated water management project for Nagpur began with a simple concept that we want to have a continuous water supply sustaining Nagpur that means 24x7 water supply has to be provide to all the individual citizens. It was decided to improve the efficiency and bring in the new technology, a private sector expertise & to ensure that equitable water distribution this entire concept of 24x7 water supply or continuous water supply was brought in. …

Vishvaraj Infrastructure Limited (VIL) task is to create Sustainable, efficient & Accountable — environmental services and infrastructure, with People Participation.

India has vast obligation of Infrastructure building and development. The PPP route was recognized in last decade also saw some lean time. With New government initiative the PPP has again come with better risk sharing matrix between private and public.

VIL has been a proponent of PPP model, and has established track record in Road and highways sector. …

Magadi is a township in Ramanagara district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Magadi was the capital of Kempe Gowda who founded Bangalore in the 16th century. Magadi is located at 12.97°N 77.23°E. It has an average elevation of 925 metres (3034 feet). Now Magadi has been added to Ramanagara district after its formation.

The Earth is filled with nearly 71% of water, yet we can only consume 2% of that water. This mainly lies in the fact that most of this water is filled with saline. Worse, in a country like ours, where we see quick urbanization, the need for water is even more. The rapidly urbanizing Indian population is expected to reach a figure close to 600 million urban people by 2031, leaving a the country to face serious challenges for urban planners. Indian cities have for long lived with irregular water supply systems riddled with a variety of problems ranging from high levels of NRW to contamination issues. …


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Vishvaraj Infras provides global solutions that contribute to sustainable development in the water sector. Nagpur 24X7 water supply is main objective.