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CWG 2010 Assessment.pdf

On 12th September 10, I did a recon at the Commonwealth Games Village, where the athletes will be billeted.

Next to the CWG Village, there are low lying areas.

1. Terrorist Frogmen can have a free run undetected from the Yamuna river

2. The low lying areas can hide snipers. The perimeter is not sniper proof. Multiple snipers can hide undetected.

3. The bridge over Yamuna is not secure. Just be creating a human wall of policemen on both sides of the road will not suffice.

4. Both sides of the Yamuna river needs to be secured by day and night patrols. Maybe using NVGs is not a bad idea.

5. There are no cut-offs in the marshy areas, I guess they think that the terrorists will use the roads.

6. There are no patrols on both sides of Yamuna and neither is the bridge secure ie the frogmen can plant explosives below the bridge.

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Comment by Vivek Raghuvanshi on September 24, 2010 at 12:34am
See the PDF file which I have uploaded. We generated Early Warning in April 2010.
Comment by Babette Bensoussan on September 23, 2010 at 10:19pm
Safety is getting a lot of publicity here in Australia with a number of athletes already pulling out. The collapse of the bridge yesterday and the incompletion of the athletes village has not helped with the overall situation. So sad to see all of this happening!!
Comment by Vivek Raghuvanshi on September 23, 2010 at 3:36am
Comment by Vivek Raghuvanshi on September 23, 2010 at 3:22am
Comment by Vivek Raghuvanshi on September 22, 2010 at 9:05am
Today, I recommend MARCOS should be embedded at the Commonwealth Games Village. Even if the Yamuna river water recedes below 207 metres mark, it will result in the swamp area near the CWG Village, which can be infiltrated by terrorist frogmen and snipers

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