Delhi shops ordered to remain closed during G20 Summit from 8-10 September: Tuesday, the Delhi government issued a notice requiring all stores in the national capital to remain closed from September 8 to September 10 due to the upcoming G20 summit in Delhi. The Notice also stated that all employees in Delhi should receive “paid holidays” on these dates.
Delhi shops ordered to remain closed during G20 Summit from 8-10 September
“All employers of Shops, Commercial and Business Establishments operating in New Delhi, District of NCT of Delhi shall close their establishments from 8 to 10 September 2023 and provide paid leave to their employees/workers.” the sign read.
The Delhi Police launched a virtual help desk on Tuesday to provide real-time traffic updates to G20 delegates and other vacationers visiting the national capital during the summit.
The help desk at https://traffic.delhipolice.gov.in/dtpg20info provides vital maps, police services, social media updates, and medical services.
In addition, officials reported that nearly seven million flowering and foliage plants were planted in Delhi in preparation for next month’s G20 summit.
Different types of flowering plants and potted shrubs have been planted along highways, roundabouts, and in the vicinity of summit venues and hotels with high foot traffic, they reported.
The entire district of New Delhi will be designated “Controlled Zone-I” from 5 a.m. on September 8 until 11:59 p.m. on September 10. However, legitimate residents, authorised vehicles, and emergency vehicles will be permitted to use the New Delhi district’s road network.
India is hosting the G20 Summit, and the 9-10 September main event will be conducted in New Delhi.
29 heads of state, as well as top officials of the European Union and invited guest nations, and 14 heads of international organisations are anticipated to attend the summit.