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DDA begins taking over Games Village

Staff Reporter

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Development Authority on Monday formally took over charge of the Commonwealth Games Village from the Organising Committee.

“The process of taking over the Games Village has started. But the whole process will take about week or ten days. We will have to check whether inventories in the flats like furniture, air-conditioner, bathroom fittings are intact. However, the washing machines and refrigerators belong to the Organising Committee,” said DDA sources.

Under the stewardship of DDA Principal Commissioner Veena Ish, the ground staff has started the process of checking each and every flat. The DDA will also make a report on the construction work carried out by the builder Emaar-MGF to whom it had provided a financial bailout package during construction of flats.

Meanwhile, the DDA will throw open the sporting venues for the Commonwealth Games -- Siri Fort and Yamuna Sports complexes -- to the public from this Wednesday.

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