Mr Aiyer, who was here to preside a seminar on Youth Clubs, refuted reports that the Commonwealth Federation organizers were unhappy with the arrangements. He said by March 2007 all work for putting up infrastructure would be undertaken after issuing tenders.
He said laboratory for the dope testing in New Delhi was likely to get accreditation from World Anti Dope Agency (WADA).
Mr Aiyer said while the equipment has been purchased, other facilities were being put in place by the end of October.
To a question, Mr Aiyer said that he was not aware of a national fencer having gone missing in the UK but said he was shocked to know that from the media. He said he would review the working of federations who were organising such visits abroad which had sullied India' s name. Meanwhile the Fencing Federation of India (FFI), which found itself in a peculiar situation after national fencer Rupaiya Devi went missing in Ireland, has asked the coach accompanying the team to explain as to why she was handed over her passport and other documents.