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G20 Summit Prepares to Take Over Delhi as Schools and Offices Close for 3 Days!

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In view of the G20 Summit, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that all schools and offices in the national capital will be closed on September 8, 9 and 10.

During this period, even the markets within the ‘controlled zone’, which is mostly located in New Delhi, will remain closed.

Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar had forwarded a police proposal to the Delhi chief minister for approval.

On August 18, the Delhi Police wrote to the chief secretary, urging the government to declare a public holiday during September 8-10 and shut down commercial establishments located mostly in the New Delhi area during the summit.

In addition, sources in the police department told news agency PTI that some metro stations, including the Supreme Court and Central Secretariat, will be closed for security reasons. In addition, heavy vehicles may not be allowed in the city from September 8 to 10, except those involved in essential services.

Meanwhile, Delhi Police is preparing a comprehensive security-cum-movement plan for the G20 Summit.

The G20 summit will be held in New Delhi on September 9-10, and 29 heads of state, top EU officials, invited guest countries, and 14 heads of international organizations are expected to attend.

There are several hotels in the national capital booked for heads of state, governments, international organizations, and their delegates.

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