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In a country’s economic growth infrastructure plays a vital role. The social and political dynamics increasingly determines the fate of infrastructural development all over the world. It is a known fact that projects with robust technical designs and planning still face oppositions and results in time and cost overrun. This schedule and cost overrun not only results in uncertainty but also results in the compromise on quality too. It seems only less number of studies had been conducted for identifying the social and political dynamics against infrastructural projects. Studies that are more scientific are required to be conducted in this aspect. Twelve cases from Kerala were taken for study. The selected ones include various types of infrastructural projects such as road developments, airports, sea ports, metro rail, road tunnelling. In addition, the case studies are currently holding different status completed, under progress, dropped. The selected cases are the recent and trending infrastructural projects in Kerala.