After the successful conclusion of the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning to have dinner with Delhi Police personnel to recognize their contributions. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora has requested a list of outstanding personnel from each district, ranging from constables to inspectors, who played a pivotal role during the summit. This list is expected to include 450 personnel who will join the Prime Minister for dinner at the G20 Summit venue, Bharat Mandapam.
This initiative aligns with PM Modi’s previous actions of recognizing and honoring individuals involved in major achievements. For instance, he felicitated the laborers involved in the construction of the new Parliament Building earlier this year.
Sanjay Arora recently awarded the Commissioner of Police’s special commendation disc and certificate to several Delhi Police personnel for their contributions to the G20 Summit. The smooth execution of this significant event, which required dedication and commitment from the entire Delhi Police force, was made possible by their collective pride and commitment to the summit’s objectives.
During the summit, Delhi Police faced the challenging task of ensuring security and secrecy for the largest gathering of world leaders in recent memory. To maintain the highest levels of security, code words were used for hotels and locations associated with the leaders. For instance, the ITC Maurya Sheraton, where US President Joe Biden stayed, was referred to as ‘Pandora,’ while ‘Samara’ represented the Shangri-La Hotel, where UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife resided. Similarly, code words were used for locations like Rajghat and Pragati Maidan, ensuring a secure environment for the G20 Summit.