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The G20 Summit was held at the Bharat Mandapam in Delhi on 9-10 September under the chairmanship of India. More than 40 heads of state and representatives of the world participated in this conference.
India had kept tight security arrangements regarding this. The officers and employees who were on duty during the summit. PM Modi has hosted dinner for him today.
This will include 2,500 officers from 22 departments. Apart from this there will also be a group photo session.
PM Modi will thank you
Officials of the departments who have been called for the dinner include Delhi Police, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Ministry of Culture, ITPO and MHA and other departments. 700 employees of the Ministry of External Affairs, 300 employees of Delhi Police, SPG, Rajghat, CISF, IAF and other departments are included. A Delhi Police official said that Special CP and other senior officers of Delhi Police will also be present.
PM Modi will also thank all these officers and employees for performing their duties honestly and making the G20 summit a success.
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