Airport operator Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has said that it has installed logos and created decorations to welcome guests ahead of the G20 summit set to be held in the national capital between September 8 and 10. “The airport approach road is now adorned with elegantly designed fountains, contributing to a pleasing and welcoming ambiance,” a spokesperson was quoted as saying by The Times of India.
Delhi gets a colourful new look with nearly seven lakh flowering and foliage plants, ahead of the G20 Summit, officials said. Different varieties of flowering plants and potted shrubs have been planted along roads, roundabouts, near summit venues and hotels with high footfall of G20 related visitors.
The government also installed Shivling-shaped fountins at Dhaula Kuan. The Delhi Metro has developed a pedestrian plaza with aesthetic landscaping outside the Supreme Court metro station located near the venue where the G20 Summit will take place.
The city has also been decked up with illuminated logo of G20, in a bid to beautify the national capital where delegates would start coming from next week.
Different agencies including the PWD and DDA have been ensuring proper maintenance of the 61 roads that will be used by foreign dignitaries and delegates during the summit. About 15,000 MT of solid waste has been cleared from such roads and locations by different agencies. During his visits, LG VK Saxena has ensured that statues, sculptures, artefacts, fountains, lights and green pots are in place, the officials said.
Sculptures and fountains
Over 100 sculptures and 150 fountains with different designs have been installed at identified locations to give Delhi an aesthetic look. During his visits, the LG has ensured that statues, sculptures, artefacts, fountains, lights and green pots are in place.
Since July, Saxena has held two dozen high-level meetings with officer