Qatar World Cup 2022 bid has been under the scanner right from day one. It has either been the allegations of corruptions or how the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has been treating the migrant labourers. But this De-Facto committee have their plans on the table and they are apparently well and truly ahead of their schedule to get done with the infrastructure work with precision.

 

Eight stadiums will host the FIFA World Cup Matches in 2022 in Qatar. SC (the organising committee), amidst all chaos that FIFA went through last year, has managed to design and start work on four out of eight stadiums. If they continue to work in such pace, the first amongst the eight stadiums Khalifa International Stadium is going to be ready in a few months time from now.

 

SC has also set up a war room from where, they can monitor all the work at all the respective sites.

 

However, the committee will still have to work on solving the migrant labourer issue. They have to prevent the agents from posting false job description and promising salaries which lures the poor, who would travel to Qatar to earn their living.

 

The assistant secretary general of the SC, Nasser Al-Khater, felt that to make World Cup 2022 a grand success, the law and order needs to be in its place. Other than that, he is confident that this committee has been doing everything to get the country ready to host the biggest global footballing event in 2022.