NEW DELHI: The AAP government in Delhi has confirmed that it will be investing Rs 1.4 billion in constructing an 18.2-acre sports complex in Kair Village in Najafgarh, an area where former Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag hails from originally.

The state minister of transport and revenue, Kailash Gahlot confirmed the development on his official Twitter handle which read:

Dec 12, 2017 14:12
NEW DELHI: The capital's deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Monday approved a proposal for setting up a Rs 1.22 billion sports complex here with modern facilities for cricket, football, basketball, athletics, tennis and swimming. Spread over 18.2 acres, the complex - which is coming up at Najafgarh in west Delhi - will have world class facilities, IANS reports.