New Delhi Gears Up for G20 Summit: Delhi Metro Issues Advisory
Preparations for the G20 summit in Delhi are in full swing, with special focus on security measures. The Delhi Police has issued an advisory regarding the operation of Delhi Metro during the summit. According to the advisory, several metro stations will remain closed temporarily, while alternative arrangements have been made for passengers traveling to and from the airport.
Delhi Metro Stations to Remain Closed
- Moti Bagh
- Bikaji Cama Place
- RK Puram
- Supreme Court
- IIT Delhi
- Sadar Bazar Cantonment
These metro stations will be completely closed from September 8 to 10. Passengers will not be able to enter or exit these stations during this period. Additionally, Dhaula Kuan, Khan Market, Janpath, Supreme Court, and Bhikaji Cama Place metro stations are classified as sensitive areas, and extra security measures will be in place. The nearest metro station to the summit venue, Supreme Court Metro Station, will remain closed for the duration of the G20 conference.
Limited Entry-Exit at Other Metro Stations
While some metro stations will remain operational during the G20 conference, certain gates will be closed for security reasons. Here is a list of the affected metro stations:
- IGI Airport: Only gate number one will be open for entry and exit
- Khan Market: Gates number 1, 2, and 3 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 4
- Kailash Colony: Only gate number one will be open
- Lajpat Nagar: Gates number 1, 2, 3, and 4 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 5
- Jangpura: Gates number 1 and 3 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 2
- Ashram: Gates number 1 and 3 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 2
- Janpath: Gates number 1, 3, and 4 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 2
- Barakhamba Road: Gates number 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be closed. Passengers can use gate number 2
- Indraprastha: Gate number one will be open, while gate number two will be closed
Passengers are advised to plan their travel accordingly and follow the instructions of the Delhi Police during the G20 summit. The temporary closure of certain metro stations and limited access at others is aimed at ensuring the safety and security of all attendees and the general public.
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