In a letter addressed to leaders of the G20 meeting to be held at Cannes in France, Hinduja urged them to adopt a two-way street solution to the current financial crisis.
He said, "the foremost need is to urgently bring about an understanding among the Eurozone leaders to deal with the sovereign debt crisis of its members."
"The emerging economies, such as India and China, can significantly contribute to the easing of the crisis. For example, India plans USD 1 trillion worth of investments in infrastructure in the next five years, creating job opportunities for its economic partners," he said.
With its population of 1.2 billion and an expanding middle-class, India has immense consuming power potential, he said.
Referring to the two-way street solution, Hinduja said "implementation of infrastructure projects in developing countries with investments or export credits from developed countries will yield dividends for both investor and recipient countries."
It would also help in poverty alleviation in developing countries that, in turn, will reduce the dangers of internal and external conflicts, he said.
"In implementing such infrastructure projects, he said, the focus should be on inclusive growth, employment and fast delivery of benefits to the common man," Hinduja said.