Tanuja Joshi|Oct 1, 2023
- G20 Summit: Gurugram issues advisory, asks corporate employees to work from home on September 8
G20 Summit: Gurugram issues advisory, asks corporate employees to work from home on September 8
G20 Summit: The Gurugram administration has asked for the need to reduce travel so that traffic problems can be prevented.
NEW DELHI: The Gurugram District Administration has issued an advisory for all to corporate and private institutions in the district regarding G20 Summit. The administration has asked the employees to Work from Home on September 8, 2023.
The G20 Summit meeting will be held in New Delhi on Saturday and Sunday. Citizens should travel on the mentioned date only when absolutely necessary to avoid overcrowding, the advisory said.
The administration has asked for the need to be careful and reduce travel so that traffic problems can be prevented. As per the notice, the advisory traffic will be regulated on the NH-48 on September 8 due to the G20 Summit, which might cause occasional traffic jams on the roads of Gurugram.
"All corporate and private institutions were advised to instruct their employees to work from home on September 8 (Friday),” District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav said.
The newly constructed Bharat Mandapam international conference and exposition hall at Pragati Maidan will host the G20 Summit from September 9 to 10. World leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and US President Joe Biden, will attend the summit.
Meanwhile, the Education Minister of Delhi, Atishi Marlena has informed about the closure of all schools, colleges and offices from September 8 to September 10. Apart from this all private offices, educational and other institutions located in the national capital will also remain closed considering the G20 Summit in Delhi.
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