G20 Summit in Delhi: Cleaning campaign to start today; planning for meeting on September 9-10

For visitors and dignitaries, 35 hotels have been reserved, and work is being done to upgrade the city's amenities and fortify kitchens. For 26 renowned roadways, MCD has organised a special cleaning campaign. At the summit's end, a G20 Leaders' Declaration will be adopted.
G20 Summit in Delhi: Cleaning campaign to start today; planning for meeting on September 9-10
The G20 meeting will take place in India next month in New Delhi.

On September 9 and 10, the G20 Summit will be held at Pragati Maidan's brand-new, cutting-edge conference centre. The culmination of all G20 processes and talks among ministers, senior officials, and civil society will take place during the 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit in Delhi.

Speaking of accommodations, reputable sources told News18 that Chinese President Xi Jinping will likely stay at Taj Palace while US President Joe Biden is expected to stay at ITC Maurya.

According to a different Business Standard report, hotels in the nation's capital and the surrounding areas are also hard at work improving their kitchens for visitors. According to the report, the hotels are updating their menu options in addition to their furnishings and customer service expectations. The report went on to claim that numerous hotel chains have also made certain special hirings in keeping with the G20 philosophy of Atithi Devo Bhava.

The G20 website states that a G20 Leaders' Statement, outlining leaders' commitment to the goals discussed and decided upon during the relevant ministerial and working group meetings, would be adopted at the conclusion of the New Delhi Summit.

26 routes have been identified by MCD for cleaning. A special drive is planned. the G20 theme park
According to officials speaking to news agency PTI on Saturday, the Municipal Council of Delhi (MCD) has organised a special campaign beginning today, August 16, to clean and maintain 26 important roadways in the city. According to the MCD statement, among the 26 routes that have been identified include Mathura Road, Bhairon Marg, Sachivalaya Road, Purana Quila Road, Lodhi Road, Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar Marg, Suraj Kund Road, and Mahatma Gandhi Road.

According to a senior official quoted by PTI, the nodal officers will manage the cleanliness work, road maintenance, and dust mitigation with the help of their teams and MRSMs (Mechanical Road Sweeping Machines).

According to a report from the news agency PTI, the MCD has additional plans to adorn the national capital by creating a thematic park to brighten up the city with increased amenities. A park will be converted into a G20 theme park on land in Greater Kailash-2's M-Block. "Ahead of the Summit, we have a variety of plans to freshen up the city and enhance municipal amenities. A senior MCD official was reported by PTI as saying, "We are going to deploy more than one lakh flower pots at various notable spots, and extra dustbins would be placed in streets to control littering at vital locations and markets."