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  2. 2. WHAT THE SCAM IS ALL ABOUT???? • The Commonwealth Games is an international, multi- sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. The event was first held in 1930 and has taken place every four years ever the games are described as the third largest multi-sport event in the world, after the Olympic Games and the Asian Games. • The games are overseen by the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), which also controls the sporting programme and selects the host cities. A host city is selected for each edition and 18 cities in seven countries have hosted the event.
  3. 3. WHAT THE SCAM IS ALL ABOUT???? • There were currently 54 members of the commonwealth of nation and 72 teams participate in the games held in 2010 in India in which there are 260 events in 17 disciple. • The Commonwealth games scam as it is known involved large scale misappropriation of money during the preparatory phase and conduct of the 2010 Commonwealth games held in New Delhi. • The total value of the scam is estimated to be 70,000 crore. • Issues that were brought into concern were involved for raising many political and administrative aspects that ruined the part of Commonwealth Games (CWG) Scam 2010.
  4. 4. PARTIES INVOLVED IN SCAM • Suresh kalmadi, the Congress party representative to 15 LokSabha from the Pune constituency. He was the Chairman of the Organising Committee of the Delhi Commonwealth games. • Sheila Dikshit, Chief Minister of Delhi. • Robert Vadra ( Son In Law Of Sonia Gandhi ) • Jaypee Group. • MTNL.
  5. 5. SOCIOL-ECONOMIC IMPACT • Since there was a huge expenditure that was being spend into such a big Commonwealth Games, so there was a complete serenity over the fact that though being spending so much money, yet things were not utilized for the proper ways. • There were huge volumes of children and people being hired on day night prospects which enamored the worst part of using them up in CWG Games Project aspect.
  6. 6. NO PROPER ORGANIZATION • Another important reason why there was a big loss was poor support staff to look after the CWG Games 2010 schedule and places where there needs to be very proper attendance and has to be paid on a regular basis. • the selling of the tickets were totally much to disappointed concerns since it looked like as if there were of no need to comply with the regulations that broke into CWG. While the general public is unable to buy tickets, with all outlets reporting that all the venues have been sold out, one witnesses nearly half the venues empty for every event.
  7. 7. INFRASTRUCTURE FAILURE • With just 12 days to go for the Games, a new foot over- bridge near the main venue of the Games, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, collapsed, injuring 23 laborers, five of them critically. • Actually certain projects like Airport Metro Express construction delayed out because of various aspects and were unable to complete the project on time which gave a big issue again to Delhi Government
  8. 8. RESPONSE TO SCAM • Kalmadi and Bhanot were sacked from the Organising Committee by the Sports ministry on Jan 2011. • Shunglu panel was constituted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to go into the irregularities in the conduct of the Games. • After his arrest on 25 Apr 2011, Suresh kalmadi was suspended by the Indian National Congress.
  9. 9. CONCLUSION • Suresh Kalmadi who masterminded the scam has refused to even quit his posts in Olympic Association with tacit support of Congress party. India was humiliated in world stage when World Olympic Association. • The scam was unearthed by CAG even before the conduct of the games. Presently the scam is being probed by the CBI.
  10. 10. By : Nikhil Yadav Sachin Singh (C.R.)