India intends to raise 569.25B rupees ($9.17B) from the sales of holdings in state-run firms in 2014-2015.
The plan is part of an interim budget that the government introduced today ahead of elections, which are due to take place by May.
The government intends to limit the budget deficit to 4.6% of GDP in 2013-14 and believes that it needs to be lowered to 3% by 2016-17.
The government also predicted FY 2014 growth of 4.9%.
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