Australia on Wednesday raised their apprehensions over security arrangements for the 2010 Commonwealth Games but maintained that India has assured all precautions will be taken.
“We have to be very cautious about extremists activities. We don't want any innocent athlete to face any problem,” Australian foreign minister Stephen Smith said after visiting Major Dhyan Chand and Talkatora stadiums.
He met his Indian counterpart S M Krishna on Tuesday and discussed the security arrangements for the Games. Krishna briefed him about the arrangements and assured him foolproof arrangements.
"My observation is that things are on track. Some commentaries say that preparation is behind schedule. But these comments are always made in the run up to any Commonwealth Games and any Olympics Games," he told reporters.