2010 South Asian Games - Organization

Organization

The 11th South Asian Games were originally scheduled to take place in November 2009. However, the host country (Bangladesh) faced difficulties due to general elections. As a result, the South Asian Association Council (SAOC) held the 39th Executive Meeting and decided against hosting the Games in 2009, postponing the games to early 2010.

The estimated budget of the 2010 Games was about BDT 16 crore (US$ 2.3 million).

The South Asian Games Organizing Committee (SAGOC) approved the formation of 20 sub-committees to look after the needs of each aspect of the Games, and also to ensure that work proceeded continuously. These sub-committees included the ceremonious committee, the co-ordination committee and the security committee.

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