G-20 Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting to be held in Gurugram from 1 March


The preparation for organizing the G-20 Summit meeting of the anti-corruption working group from 1 to 4 March, 2023 in Gurugram is gaining momentum. In this series, preparations have been made to welcome the participant delegates from various countries.
Besides this, arrangements have been made for displaying Haryanvi Culture from IGI Airport, Delhi to Leela Hotel to welcome the delegates. The Chief Secretary, Sanjeev Kaushal along with Director General of Police, P. K Agrawal reviewed the preparations of the G-20 meeting of the Anti-Corruption Working Group. The necessary directions have also been given to officers. Sanjeev Kaushal said that the foreign delegates would experience India’s warm welcome tradition of Atithi Devo Bhava and the spirit of Haryana’s rich cultural heritage. He said that India has got the presidency of organising the G-20 Summit under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He was also apprised about the programmes being organized during the summit to be held in Gurugram.
After reviewing the arrangements, the Chief Secretary reviewed the preparations made at the places fixed to be visited by the delegates namely, Museum Camera, Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, Transport Museum and Pratapgarh Farm. He also reviewed the route plan, traffic control and security arrangements from the airport to the venue fixed for the meeting. The arrangements for the stay of the delegates and tour of sightseeing places have been reviewed. Police personnel have also been given special training for the G-20 Summit. He also gave necessary directions regarding the preparations of Gala dinner to be organized in honor of the delegates.
Giving more information, Additional Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Dr. Amit Agrawal said that a brochure has also been prepared by the Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department of the places earmarked for the tour. Detailed information about all the destinations is given in this brochure. Besides this, a QR code has also been printed on it. Scanning this QR code will provide complete details of these places on the mobile as well. He informed that for public association and information regarding the event, the Public Relations, Languages and Culture Department has displayed hoardings on state transport buses, bus queue shelters, cabs, autos, LED screens, Volvo buses and public utilities. Along with this, branding was also done at Chandigarh and New Delhi airports regarding the meeting. Coordinator of organising G-20 Summit meeting, Aditya Dahiya also apprised detailed information about every aspect related to the event. During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner Gurugram, Nishant Kumar Yadav said that liaison officers have been appointed and other arrangements related to the convenience of guides and delegates will be available at the places to be visited. Principal Secretary, Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department, Anurag Agarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, Sudhir Rajpal, Principal Secretary, Tourism Department, MD Sinha, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Gurugram, P.C Meena and other senior officers were also present in the meeting.