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G20 Summit Delhi : Important Updates for Delhi

G20 Summit Delhi : All Schools, Offices, and Banks to Remain Closed from September 8th to 10th

The Delhi Police formally asked the Delhi Chief Secretary to declare a public holiday during the upcoming G20 Summit Delhi in New Delhi. They also requested an order for commercial and business places to stay closed in the designated ‘controlled zones’ throughout the event. Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given the green light to the proposal. It will now be sent to the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi.

September 7th is an official holiday, and September 9th is the second Saturday, the only day off for schools will be Friday, September 10th.

The decision was taken to help VIP movements and manage routes effectively. The main goal is to make sure the public doesn’t face unnecessary travel problems due to these restrictions.

During this time, all private offices and institutions will also stay closed. Banks and financial institutions in Delhi Police’s New Delhi district will be shut. Similarly, shops and businesses in the same district will be closed, following the administration’s instructions.

Last week, Madhup Tiwari, Delhi’s Special Police Commissioner, suggested to the chief secretary that public holidays be declared from September 8th to 10th. He also proposed guidelines for closing businesses, especially in the New Delhi area, due to the upcoming G20 Summit.

The G20 Summit will host various world leaders, including US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping in India. Biden is set to be in India from September 7th to 10th for the summit, as confirmed by White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Tuesday. While in India, Biden is expected to have several meetings with other leaders, although specific details have not been provided.


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