G20 Summit India: Leaders and representatives of many countries will visit India at the G-20 summit on September 9 and 10 in Delhi, due to which common citizens may face some problems. . Keeping this conference in view, the Delhi Police has issued guidelines. Police has explained how a passenger can reach Delhi airport without any hassle.
Delhi Police told through X (earlier Twitter) that passengers who are going to Indira Gandhi Airport should also take Orange Line Metro from their nearest metro station, this is the most convenient way.
Delhi Police has prepared a virtual helpdesk keeping in mind the G-20 conference, with the help of which information will be available on which route should be avoided.
The virtual helpdesk states that passengers are requested to avoid traveling to places falling in controlled areas. But if the journey is unavoidable then the passenger is advised to use these routes.
- Ring Road – Ashram Chowk – Sarai Kale Khan – Delhi-Meerut Expressway – Noida Link Road – Pusta Road – Yudhishthir Setu – ISBT Kashmiri Gate – Ring Road – Majnu Ka Tila.
- From AIIMS Chowk – Ring Road – Dhaula Kuan – Ring Road – Brar Square – Naraina Flyover – Rajouri Garden Junction – Ring Road – Punjabi Bagh Junction – Ring Road – Azad Pur Chowk.
- From Sun Dial/DND Flyover – Ring Road – Ashram Chowk – Moolchand Underpass – AIIMS Chowk – Ring Road – Dhaula Kuan – Ring Road – Brar Square – Narayana Flyover.
- From Yudhishthir Setu – Ring Road – Chandgi Ram Akhara – Mall Road – Azadpur Chowk – Ring Road – Lala Jagat Narayan Marg.
Delhi Police has told the do’s and don’ts during the upcoming G-20 conference. According to Delhi Police, work from home, use metro for travel, follow traffic instructions. Apart from this Do not travel unnecessarily, do not go to restricted areas, do not break any traffic rules, do not gather in public places.