Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah is expected to visit Delhi Police headquarters on August 30 to hold a review meeting and discuss action plans, as well as issues concerning policing in the National Capital and security challenges. He will also go over security plans for the upcoming G-20 summit, which is expected to take place by the end of the year.
According to the Delhi Police PRO, during his visit, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will also honour police officers and their children who have won medals in recent sporting events such as the Commonwealth Games and the World Police Fire Games.
“Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah is scheduled to visit the Delhi Police Headquarters on August 30 to discuss a number of issues, including a review meeting and a future action plan for 2024.” “He will hold a discussion on the detailed roadmap presented by the Delhi Police regarding Delhi’s security and preparations for the G-20 summit,” according to the PRO.
According to sources, India will host the G-20 summit in December this year, with leaders from the United States, Russia, China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and other top global state personalities expected to attend.
India will host a large number of G20 events at various levels across the country during its presidency of the G20, according to Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi.
The use of forensic investigation and discussion on legal issues, according to the Delhi Police PRO, will also be important parts of the meeting. All offences punishable by seven years or more now require forensic investigation.
“India will assume the G20 presidency in December 2022.” Apart from the Summit, the dates of which have yet to be determined, a large number of G20 events at various levels will be organised across the country during our presidency. “There is no need to speculate on these things at this point,” he said.
Since the G20’s inception in 1999, India has been a member. India will assume the G20 Presidency on December 1, 2022, and will host the G20 Leaders’ Summit for the first time in 2023.