Solution to India's infrastructure deficit lies with not only proper planning but the most important thing implementation. Proper budgets should be made for development of any kind of infrastructure,because if the budgets are not well planned and the estimation is wrong then the whole process will be a failure. Budgeting is the key to success and also the foundation.India being a large country and its quite difficult to cover every part of it at one time, so one should focus on the vital sectors.
Politics should be avoided from infrastructural development as one can invite private investors to participate or take it as a business deal. The government can keep conditions just as they are in FDI's as the pvt bodies can only invest upto a certain limit and the rest is to be invested by the govt. By pvt investors one means only Indian Comapnies should be allowed to participate. The approach should be like a business with social ethics attached with it. There should be fairness,transparency & accountability . The reason for the infrastructure not being upto the mark in India is that one has always considered it as a social cause by any of the parties.
Importance should be given to those areas where the development is immediatly required.India should impose proper tax regulations so that more revenue can be generated as a result more money can be available with the govt to invest in concerned areas for development of infrastructure.