Security planning for the G20 Conference is well underway, according to the Delhi Police
The Delhi Police announced on Friday that they are working with security organisations and are ready for the forthcoming G20 meeting, which will take place next month.
The soft skills of the employees that will be used during the summit have also been developed, according to the police.
Suman Nalwa, a spokesman for the Delhi Police, stated that the city police had been working on the program's preparation for the past few months.
For several months, Delhi Police has provided security for the G20. With less than a month left, the original planning for this began long ago and is currently in its last stages. We are organised and working with other security organisations.
"We place a high priority on training the personnel who will be deployed. First and foremost, they received soft skills training so that they would be aware of cultural differences while interacting with dignitaries, tourists, or members of the media, according to Ms. Nalwa.
She added that they have received training about particular task points.
"Our commando unit is prepared. At the airport, carcade, lodging location, event, or any other location where the dignitaries will travel, adequate preparations have been made. Numerous Delhi Police units, such as training, traffic, law enforcement, armed battalions, special cell, etc., collaborate with other organisations, "She spoke.
Authorities claim that 19 Delhi Police commandos were trained as "markswomen." The Indo Tibetan Border Police Force in Madhya Pradesh has provided them with a one-month training programme.
In order to perform 'protocol and protection' duties during the G20 Leaders' Summit, which will take place here on September 9-10 at the Bharat Mandapam convention centre, formerly Pragati Maidan, and some other crucial locations, commandos and VIP security duty personnel from various CAPFs like the CRPF, ITBP, BSF, CISF, and the SSB have been called to Delhi from their various field formations.
Until the G20 summit is over and all the premiers and dignitaries have left for their destinations, these special units, including the Delhi Police's, will work under the central command of the Ministry of Home Affairs.