Special decorations have been made by the Haryana government on the route from the Sirhaul border to the Khedki Daula toll plaza, Rampura flyover….reports Asian Lite News
The fourth G20 Sherpa meeting will start in Haryana’s Nuh district from Sunday. The meeting will be held till September 7 at the ITC Grand Bharat hotel, near Tauru, and Lemon Tree hotel. All the preparations for the meeting have been made, the district administration said on Saturday.
Special decorations have been made by the Haryana government on the route from the Sirhaul border to the Khedki Daula toll plaza, Rampura flyover. Two lanes each have been set up on both sides of the Kherki Daula toll plaza for the meeting, officials said.
“Apart from the G20 member countries, sherpas and other delegates from the invited countries will participate in the high-level meeting. For the convenience of the participants, 23 liaison officers — 19 HCS and four IAS officers — have been deputed with them.
“Five ambulances with advanced life support facilities will also be stationed at ITC Grand Bharat to deal with any emergency situation. Preparations are being made to present the rich cultural heritage of Haryana to the guests,” Gurugram Deputy Commissioner (DC) Nishant Kumar Yadav said.
Nuh DC Dhirender Khadgata said ahead of the two-day G20 summit in Delhi, the Sherpa meeting is being organised from September 3 to 7 at the ITC Grand Bharat and Lemon Tree hotels.
“The foreign guests will also be introduced to the culture of Haryana. The district administration has issued passes to the hotel staff for security reasons. Passes have also been made for the appointed nodal officers. Section 144 (of the Code of Criminal Procedure) has been imposed around both the hotels. There is also a ban on flying drones in the area” Khadgata added.
Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal reviewed the preparations for the Sherpa meeting scheduled to take place in Nuh district as part of the series of events during G20 presidency across the country.
In addition to the G20 member countries, Sherpas and other delegates from invited countries will participate in the high-level meeting. In keeping with Haryana’s tradition of “Atithi Devo Bhava”, the state is leaving no stone unturned to welcome foreign guests.
As a penultimate event before the G20 Summit, Kaushal emphasised the need for flawless preparations for the grand occasion, ensuring that all arrangements were executed with clockwork precision, so that the delegates carried a good impression of Nuh, Gurugram, and Haryana. He directed all officers involved in the event to maintain vigil during the meeting days and to ensure that there were no lapses in any work related to their respective departments.
Officials of the NHAI and the Public Works Department said the work of improving the roads from the Delhi border to the venue had been completed. Arrangements for streetlights, etc., were also in the final stages. The Chief Secretary instructed Nuh DC Dhirendra Khadgata to depute a senior officer to check the lights at night, and asked the NHAI officials to record videos of road improvement work and send them to him.