G20 Meet imposes various restrictions in Delhi; Check them out

India is all geared up to host the G20 Summit between September 9-10th.

India is all geared up to host the G20 Summit between September 9-10th . A bevy of world leaders have already arrived for the scheduled event. The esteemed Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration on Wednesday had issued a circular stating that only the main gate of the campus which is the North Gate, will remain open from September 7th to 11th in accordance with the government-imposed restrictions across Delhi due to the G20 Summit.

All the preparations of the G20 Summit have been completed at the Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre at Pragati Maidan over the weekend.


All the educational institutions in Delhi is supposed to remain shut between September 8 and 10, during the G20 Summit. The notification circulated also stated that all types of goods vehicles, commercial vehicles, inter-state buses and local city buses, such as Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses and Delhi Integrated Multi Modal Transit System (DIMTS) buses, will not be allowed to operate on Mathura Road (beyond the Ashram chowk), Bhairon Road, Purana Quila Road and inside the Pragati Maidan tunnel from 00:00 hours on the intervening night of September 7 and 8 to September 10th. All the cloud kitchens and delivery services will also remain shut down in the New Delhi district. Therefore, people won’t be able to use Swiggy, Zomato, Zepto, and Big Basket apps in NDMC areas. Thus, people are advised to go out to buy groceries, food, and other items.

The entry around India Gate, National Gallery of Modern Art and other parts in New Delhi district won’t be allowed. If found trespassing in the sensitive areas , residents would be stopped. Though, the police has assured that there would be no restrictions on doctors, paramedics and medical practitioners. Police said ambulance services won’t be affected at all as special corridors have already been created for them.