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    The G-20 summit will be held in Delhi, India’s capital. The city has been decorated and security plans are being made. To ensure the safety of international visitors, security measures have been put in place and a three-day public holiday has been declared from September 8 to September 10.

    Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena has approved a three-day holiday in Delhi during the G-20 summit. All government offices, educational institutions, and organizations will be closed. Private offices, institutions, schools, and universities will also be closed.

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    Additionally, all banks, shops, and businesses in New Delhi will be closed. To reduce traffic congestion, goods vehicles will not be allowed at the Delhi border on September 9 and 10, except for vehicles carrying essential items like milk, vegetables, fruits, and medical supplies.

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    Certain areas in New Delhi will have strict restrictions. The Supreme Court Metro station will not be open for passengers. Khan Market, Janpath, Connaught Place, and Bengali Market may also be partially or completely blocked. This may cause difficulties for shopkeepers and traders.

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    Passengers are advised to follow the routes suggested by the traffic police during the three-day program. Freight and local city buses will not be allowed in certain roads and tunnels during this time.

    Representatives from international organizations and ministers from 29 nations will start arriving in Delhi on September 7. Pragati Maidan will be the venue for the conference, which begins on September 8. Over 10,000 traffic personnel will be responsible for managing traffic during the convention.

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    In preparation for the G-20 meeting, the Public Works Department is planting 76,000 potted plants in Delhi. The department aims to plant a total of 330,000 seedlings. The planting of pots will continue until two days before the summit.

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