CM confident: `Games will be a grand success`

New Delhi: With only a few months left for
the Commonwealth Games, Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today
exuded confidence of making the mega sporting event a success.

Dikshit, speaking at a function at the Commonwealth Games
secretariat, said with "each passing day we are becoming more
confident" of making the event a "grand success".

She said the city government which was given the task of
constructing three stadiums was the first to complete its
assigned work.

Dikshit said the infrastructure developed in the capital
as part of preparation for the event will become "an
inseparable part of the city`s legacy."

The Chief Minister was speaking after inaugurating a
branch of the Central Bank of India at the Games secretariat
at the Jai Singh Road.

Dikshit said the new branch will be able to cater to
the banking needs of Games officials, players and visitors.

Union Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meena,
Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi and CMD of
Central Bank S Sreedhar were also present on the occasion.

Kalmadi said all concerned agencies and the Organising
Committee are working in tandem under the guidance of Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh to make the event a success.



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