Foreign guests who come during the G-20 conference are introduced to the ancient Indian culture. More information will be given especially about the Mahabharata period. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host a dinner at Purana Qila after the G-20 summit to introduce foreign guests to Indian culture.
According to sources at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, there is a good chance that a dinner will be given in the Old Fort. Apart from this, the possibility of serving dinner at Red Fort, Akshardham Temple and Kartavya trail is also being explored. The country’s security services and the Delhi police have also started preparations for this.
The G-20 Summit will be held in Delhi on September 9. This includes heads of 29 countries and heads of 15 international organizations. A senior foreign ministry official said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host a dinner on the night of September 9-10 to introduce foreign guests to Indian culture.
Dinner will most likely be served in the Old Fort. ASI is digging in the old fortress. Remains from the Mahabharata period are found during the excavation. Foreign guests will be told when and what the Mughals built here and what they destroyed.
Amit Shah seemed pleased with the preparations
Home Minister Amit Shah seemed pleased with Delhi Police’s preparations for the G-20 conference. The Delhi Police gave a digital presentation at the Home Ministry about the preparations. Delhi police told about airport security, how foreign guests will reach the hotel from airport, security at Pragati Maidan, routes for foreign guests, security at hostels, security at dinner, etc. Told in
This was attended by officials from the Ministry of Home Affairs and officials from the Delhi Police. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora gave this information to the Home Secretary and Union officials. According to Interior Ministry sources, the Union Home Secretary will review preparations after a month in April.