New Delhi, May 20 (ANI): The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Suresh Kalmadi has said that the executive board of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) expressed satisfaction with the games infrastructure coming up in the city.
"As you are all aware the CGF was here for the whole of last week. We went through a lot of preparations for them and we have satisfied them and we took them around to show the entire infrastructure and they liked the games village the best. They said they have not seen a games village like this anywhere," said Kalmadi.
He also said that there were minor delays in construction of two venues but promised to have all infrastructure ready six months ahead of the event.
Preparations are in full swing in New Delhi for hosting the 2010 Commonwealth Games at an estimated cost of 70 billion rupees.
Delhi had bagged the contract after beating the Canadian city Hamilton in the bid for the games.
The Games will be staged in India for the first time and in Asia for the second time. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, held the Commonwealth Games in 1998.
New Delhi hosted the inaugural Asian Games in 1951 and again in 1982. (ANI)