New Delhi, September 13: Following the G20 Summit’s overwhelming success, Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans to organise a special supper for the members of the Delhi Police.
The two-day summit, which attracted more than 30 global leaders, high-ranking representatives of the European Union, guests, and 14 heads of international organisations, came to a close on September 10.
Over 50,000 people were deployed as part of the event’s security plans, including specialty groups like dog squads and mounted police.
Prime Minister Modi is expected to have a meal with around 450 personnel of the Delhi Police force later this week, but the precise date has not been set.
According to reports, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has asked for feedback from each district to develop a list of policemen who shown exceptional performance while serving at the Summit.
To guarantee the safety of all participants and the success of the summit, the Pragati Maidan location in central Delhi was surrounded by a multi-layered security cover.
Sanjay Arora, the commissioner of the Delhi Police, presented certificates and CDs to officers and staff on Tuesday in appreciation of their extraordinary efforts in planning and carrying out the G20 Leaders’ Summit.
The summit’s plans were executed flawlessly, and the felicitation ceremony emphasised the devotion and professionalism of the Delhi Police force.