LAHORE A 75-member Pakistan contingent for the Commonwealth Games has left for India amid security worries and concern over chaotic preparations. Majority of the venues of the games and the athlete village are still under construction when about week is left in the start of the games. The Games, due to be held in New Delhi from October 3-14, face serious problems after several participating teams delayed their arrival in the Indian capital, checking the facilities and the arrangements for security. The Games village - which is due to house 7,000 athletes - is still unfinished, with complaints of improper facilities coupled with security fears in the wake of threats from Islamist groups. Pakistan will be participating in seven sports that include squash, tennis, wrestling, shooting, hockey, boxing and weightlifting. Looking at the performance of the late Pakistan have an outside chance in tennis, hockey, boxing and wrestling. Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) president Arif Hasan admitted there were concerns for his contingent but sending a official out for a pre-Games check was not out of the ordinary. Pakistan inspection delegation rejected as unsatisfactory residential facilities at the Commonwealth Games village in New Delhi, warning organisers to make improvements or provide alternative accommodation. Our delegation, which is visiting Delhi as part of a pre-event assessment, found the residential facilities in the village as unsatisfactory so we have given 24 hours to the organisers to bring an improvement or give us a hotel to put up our athletes, Arif Hasan, said. Hasan said the accommodation was not up to international standards but ruled out any boycott of the event. Naturally there are concerns, but we have full assurances from the organisers that Pakistani athletes will be taken full care of and sending an official for pre-Games checks was a normal procedure, Hasan said. The Games will mark Pakistans first major participation in a sporting event in India since relations between the two nuclear rivals plummeted after Islamist militant attacks on Mumbai left 166 people dead in November 2008.