Once the ministry prepares a final draft, it would be sent for the Cabinets clearance.
However, there seems to be no clear reason, as to why the policy has not been finetuned. Sources say that even though it has been redrafted once, it is still with the stakeholders and further opinion is being sought from them.
The ministry is already under pressure as there has been a delay in the formulation of the model concession agreement on ports and even the issue of corporatisation of ports has stretched for a year now.
There seems to be a sense of urgency within the ministry, as insiders have confessed about the pressure of not keeping the deadline on the aforementioned issues, specially on the formation of the model concession agreement.