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Arvind Kejriwal discusses Delhi’s Olympic bid with IOA I, Narinder Batra

Arvind Kejriwal discussed IOA first, Delhi Olympic bid with Narinder Batra

Arvind said that the Delhi government would meet the infrastructure requirements to host the 2048 Olympics.© AFP

Reacting to Delhi's statement of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal bidding to host the Olympics in 2048, Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Narinder Batra on Wednesday said that Kejriwal should first discuss the matter with the OOA Was wanted “It is a welcome move if they are about it, but at the same time, Arvind Kejriwal should have discussed it with the IOA first. They can send an expression of interest but bidding is a very different process. I Would say it's a welcome thing. ” Batra said that Delhi cannot stage the Olympics alone. Many cities have to be involved, many things are involved behind any competition, ”Batra told ANI.

He said, “In my view, the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sports Complex in Motera is the best option for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympics.”

Batra said that he also said that he felt India could definitely host the Olympics before 2048. “Another thing I think is that before 2048 we will definitely have an Olympics in India.”

Earlier, Kejriwal said that the national capital would bid to host the Olympics in 2048, stating that the Delhi budget presented on Tuesday provided a vision for it.

“The Budget (Delhi Budget) provides an approach that the 2048 Olympic Games should be held in Delhi. Delhi will bid for the 2048 Olympics. We will whatever infrastructure and other requirements are required for this.” They said.


Kejriwal said, “Delhi's Finance Minister Manish Sisodia has made a great budget. This budget was prepared keeping in mind the people of all sections of society.”

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday presented a budget of Rs 69,000 crore for the financial year 2021-22 and said that the goal of the Aam Aadmi Party-led government is to raise the per capita income of the national capital to the level of Singapore. 2047.

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