Forward of the proposed G-20 summit assembly to be held in March in Gurugram, the Further Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister and Director Common, Info, Public Relations and Languages Division, Dr. Amit Agrawal visited Gurugram on Friday. He visited Resort Leela, the venue of the proposed assembly, together with Deputy Commissioner, Gurugram, Nishant Kumar Yadav and different officers.
He stated that the Haryana authorities desires to showcase the artwork and tradition of the state in entrance of the delegates of the member nations of the G-20 group to go away an indelible impression by internet hosting the occasion right here; in order that overseas guests can get a pleasing expertise from Haryana and construct picture of India and the state on this planet.
The DG stated that on arrival in Haryana, the overseas delegates might be welcomed and felicitated as per the state’s wealthy custom with ’tilak and turban’ as a mark of respect. Additionally, a Haryanvi feast, particularly delicacies manufactured from millets may also be stored for them, as this 12 months is widely known because the ‘Worldwide Yr of Millets’.
Agrawal stated that in keeping with Prime Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, efforts might be made to make this summit ‘Folks’s G-20’. Earlier than the proposed conferences in Gurugram, seminars and essay competitions might be organized in state faculties and universities and efforts might be made to felicitate the winners of those competitions in Gurugram.
He stated that other than the member nations, representatives of the invited nations may also take part within the G-20 summit and thus it is going to be a historic event the place each attainable effort might be made to showcase the wealthy tradition and custom of Haryana.