India is presiding over the G-20 summit this year. The Government of India is fully prepared to welcome the guests coming in it. Agra administration is also working on a war footing. College students are seen engaged in the beautification of the entire road. The culture of the Braj region is depicted by wall paintings on the walls of the entire city. Uttar Pradesh Principal Secretary Amrit Abhijat himself is monitoring this work.
According to the information of India Today, Taj Mahal will be closed for tourists for four hours on February 12 due to the arrival of G-20 guests in Agra. Only G-20 representatives will be able to enter Taj Mahal, Red Fort and other buildings.
There can be a discussion on the issue of women empowerment
A senior official told India Today that issues of women empowerment are likely to figure in the first meeting of the G-20 to be held in Agra on February 11 and 12.
G-20 guests will visit the Taj
Agra District Magistrate Navneet Singh Chahal told that on February 12, guests from G-20 countries will also be able to visit Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Baby Taj, but the time for the arrival of guests at these monuments has not been decided yet.
Social activist Vijay Upadhyay said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is going to preside over the G-20 conference, which is a matter of good fortune for the 125 crore people of India. He said that representatives of all countries will gather in Agra and give a message of love to the whole world from Taj Mahal, which will be a wonderful moment.
Preparations in full swing in Varanasi as well
Please tell that this time India has got the opportunity to chair the G-20. Programs are to be held in different parts of the country. In this episode, G-20 programs are also to be held in Varanasi. Enthusiasm is already being seen in Varanasi regarding this. The logo of the G-20 conference on the theme of ‘Vasudev Kutumbakam’ was unveiled in Varanasi on Saturday. For this, a program was organized at Sigra Stadium in Banaras.