| Updated at: 1508 PST, Saturday, September 25, 2010|
LAHORE: Security officer of the Pakistan contingent participating in the Commonwealth Games, Ahmed Mukarram, will leave for India today.
A two-member team will go to New Delhi Monday morning to review the arrangements of the Games.
Ahmed Mukarram, senior police officer of Islamabad, will review the security arrangements made for Pakistan contingent at the Commonwealth Games.
He had seen the security plan designed for Pakistan contingent on his tour of India in July and also attended the meeting of international security liaison officers.
After the security officer proceeded to India, Pakistan contingentís admin officer Ahmed Ali Rajput and doctor Pervez Rizvi will leave for India on Monday.
Rajput said he would review the Pakistan contingentís boarding and lodging arrangement and take charge of that place.
The first group of the 75-member Pakistan contingent will go to India on September 29 while the other group will leave on October 2.