The BBC has seen photographs in the last two days showing the conditions inside rooms at the athletes' village used for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi
Bathrooms appear to be in a particularly poor state with athletes ready to move into accommodation imminently
Stains on this mattress look as though they come from an animal such as a dog
Outside, some of the walkways around the complex look potentially dangerous
The glass barrier on this balcony is shattered while the area in front of the stairwell on the right is cordoned off
The poor conditions extend to this air-conditioning unit - all photographs shown here were taken during the course of this week. The first 22 English athletes leave London on Thursday
Scotland, Canada and New Zealand have already delayed their departures, with the games set to start on 3 October; these pictures will give further worries to team organisers
Team England's chef de mission Craig Hunter says: "With countries supposed to be moving in, there's no plaster on walls, they are deep in water and extremely uninhabitable and quite dangerous in many respects"
Constructors have not been helped by heavy monsoon rains
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