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While Delhi is getting ready for the G20 summit next month, many traffic restrictions in the national capital are troubling the common public. Delhi police to help the public started a virtual help desk to guide traffic mapping services with real-time tracking along with VIP movements. Special commissioner of police and traffic, SS Yadav has worked with the traffic flow in the territory.
Yadav calls G20 the proud Indian movement and calls it a patriotic duty for every citizen to adjust , as India is organizing the G20 summit, where all the international leaders are attending the event including USA president Joe Biden. He requested the Delhi public to use Metro services for the coming days so as to avoid the inconvenience. Delhi police launched a virtual desk on Friday to help with the available routes and also details of the public transport-specific maps.
The government also announced holidays for all the offices and schools on the dates of the G 20 summit, which is on September 8, 9 and 10. New Delhi will be in a controlled zone till the summit ends. Police asked the general public to follow a comprehensive advisory tailored for those who are planning to cross the capital borders. The restrictions will come into effect on September 7th and will end on September 10th at midnight.