Preparations for the G-20 summit have been going on in full swing for the last several days in the country’s capital Delhi. The G-20 Summit meeting will be held at Pragati Maidan. Big leaders from many big countries ranging from America to China, Russia, Japan, France etc. can participate in this conference.
Delhi has been transformed into a fort for the G-20 Summit. Some places and many metro stations in Delhi have been closed due to the G-20 summit.
What is G-20 summit?
The Group of Twenty (G20) is a major forum for international economic cooperation. Many big countries of the world are included in this group. The G-20 Group plays an important role in determining and strengthening the global structure on major international economic issues. India is hosting the G-20 summit this year. It is being said that the G-20 summit is between September 8 and September 10. This convention has been commissioned ‘Bharat Mandapam’ at Pragati Maidan, Delhi. According to reports, from US President Joe Biden to big leaders of China can also participate in this conference. In such a situation, in view of the security, between 8 September and 10 September, many things have been closed.
Which places remain closed due to the G-20 Summit?
Due to the G-20 Summit, many places in Delhi were closed from the midnight of 7 September to 10 September. Places around New Delhi and Pragati Maidan have been closed. Apart from this, the movement of vehicles will also be stopped. Apart from this, many forts present in the city will also remain closed.
Connaught Place, Khan Market, Malcha Marg, Shankar Market, Janpath Mohan Singh Place and Palika Bazaar as well as all places around India Gate will be closed.
Which metro stations will be closed due to G-20 Summit?
DMRC has clarified that metro services will continue for the general public as usual but only during VVIP movement, 30 major stations of Delhi Metro will be closed for a few hours. During that time, passengers will not be allowed to enter and exit at those stations. Major metro stations like Airport, Pragati Maidan, Rajiv Chowk, Sardar Patel Marg and Khan Market Station are included in the Delhi Metro Station. These stations will remain closed from 8 to 10 September.
Apart from this, heavy vehicles entering Delhi will also be stopped at the Delhi border. Apart from this, private vehicles will have to take permission to enter Delhi.
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