"We only saw the coordination among all the agencies involved in different works here. We also checked food andrecreational facilities. The quality of food is excellent.
We all are visiting here to ensure that athletes and other delegates who are coming here do not face any problems," shesaid.
Asked about the remaining cleaning work at some of the residential towers and inside the village, Dikshit said:"Things are going on smooth here. About 600 flats will be handed over today. I am sure Games are going to besuccessful."
The sprawling Commonwealth Games village campus is spread over an area of 63.5 hectares. It has a total of 34residential towers, with 1,168 apartments comprising 4,008 bedrooms which will house the athletes and team officials.
Dikshit was accompanied by her son Sandeep Dikshit and senior officials from Municipal Corporation of Delhi, NewDelhi Municipal Council and Delhi Development Authority besides other senior police officials.
The mega sporting event is scheduled from October 3-14 here.