Aurangabad: The city is all decked up for the two-day meeting of the G-20 Council Women’s Group to be held in the city from Monday. The administration also completed preparations for the G-20 Council. Apart from the historical importance of Aurangabad, the branding will be done here in front of more than 50 foreign women delegates coming from many countries around the world. Union Minister Dr Bhagwat Karad, District Guardian Minister Sandipan Bumre, Minister of State for Cooperation Atul Save gave this information in a press conference.
He said that there will be a discussion on the comprehensive development of women during the G-20 Council. Union Minister Dr. Karad said that our effort during the council is to make the branding of the historicity of the city as much as possible. In the council, tourist guides in the same language will be appointed who will inform foreign guests coming from countries other than German, Japanese, French. Through the Council, efforts will be made to prepare expectations for the city before representatives from other countries in the city.
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Tourism and the industrial sector will get a boost
On Aurangabad MP Imtiaz Jalil’s threat to protest in front of foreign guests coming to the G20 Council for renaming Aurangabad to Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar, Minister of State for Cooperation Atul Save said I am trying to get in touch with MP Jalil Am . With the G-20 Council, the branding of our city will accelerate development. Imtiaz Jalil is an MP, he knows the importance of G-20. Save expressed confidence that MP Jalil will not organize any kind of protest. Save said that the tourism and industry sectors will get a boost only when we show the development of our city. Union Minister Dr. Karad, Cooperation Minister Atul Save, Custodian Minister Dr. Sandipan Bumre praised the Aurangabad Municipal Administration for the development work done in the city in conjunction with the G-20 Council. Union Minister Dr Karad said Union Minister Smriti Irani will also arrive in Aurangabad for the council.
no change in traffic
City Police Commissioner Dr Nikhil Gupta, present at the press conference, said that no change has been made in the traffic in relation to the G20 Council. Police security will be provided for guests, ministers and first-timers arriving from abroad. City CP Dr Nikhil Gupta assured that whenever foreign guests visit the city, the city residents will not face any traffic hurdles.