Indian PM To Decide Fate Of Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2010 Within 24 Hours
UK Today News: Indian PM To Decide Fate Of Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2010 Within 24 Hours
The Prime Minister of India, Manmohan Singh, will be conducting a meeting to decide upon the cut –off date for the Commonwealth Games 2010 within the next 24 hours, to prove the security arrangements as well as the hygiene maintenance of the facilities for the athletes.
Reports state that the meeting has been called upon after the latest question put by the CWG officials regarding the unhygienic conditions at the for the CWG participants. The Chairman of CWG England said, “The future of the event remained “on a knife edge” just 11 days before the opening ceremony.”
Anne Ellis, the Chairman of CWG Wales said, “The decision will be made, but it won’t be made in isolation. We have delegations from Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, New Zealand and Australia out there and the decision will be made jointly. I just hope it isn’t going to come to that – I hope the organising committee and the Commonwealth Games Federation will pull out all the stops to ensure it can go ahead.”
The meeting will finally help in taking further appropriate decisions.