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G20 Summit: Food Deliveries Banned in New Delhi District

In light of this week’s G20 Summit, the Delhi Police has announced a three-day ban. Online purchases and various services in the New Delhi region of the national capital will be closed. According to SS Yadav, Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic), delivery of vital medical supplies is free from the limitations.

During a news conference, Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) SS Yadav announced the shutdown of all cloud kitchens, commercial establishments markets. As well as food and commercial delivery services in the New Delhi district from September 8 to 10.

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The governed New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) zone forbids the delivery of orders. From businesses like Amazon and Flipkart as well, Yadav noted.

Legal exemptions

Moreover, the senior officer did point out that some services. Services such as the transportation of vital medical supplies, are free from the limitations.

According to the Special CP, citywide permission for lab reports and sample collection will be granted. After verification, vehicles utilized by hotels, hospitals, and other significant establishments in the district for housekeeping, catering, garbage removal, etc. will receive authorization.

The G20 summit in Delhi

On September 9 and 10, the G20 Leaders Summit will take place at the brand-new Bharat Mandapam International Exhibition-Convention hall at the renovated Pragati Maidan complex.

World leaders, including US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau, will attend the Delhi G20 Summit. India is the first South Asian country to hold the summit.

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