Delhi news: All online food, commercial delivery services to be banned in NDMC areas due to G20 Summit

G20 Summit: Deliveries from restaurants, businesses, and cloud kitchens, commercial deliveries from Amazon and other places will be banned from September 8-10. 

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During the G20 Summit, all internet delivery services—aside from medical deliveries—will be prohibited in the New Delhi region, the Delhi Police announced on Monday. Ahead of the G20 Summit in Delhi, food delivery providers, restaurant chains, and food services businesses petitioned the government to permit deliveries as part of "essential services similar to the pandemic lockdowns."

New Delhi will be regarded as a "controlled zone," according to a number of limitations and closures that have been issued by the administration.

'Essential services such as postal and medical services, and sample collections by path labs will be allowed throughout Delhi. In the New Delhi area, commercial activities will not be allowed. Online delivery services will not be allowed but medicine delivery will be allowed,'' he said. Valid permissions granted for essential services will be ''honoured'', said Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) SS Yadav. 

The senior officer also mentioned that other than at the Supreme Court metro station, there won't be any changes to the metro services.

Additionally, on the specified dates, commercial activities are also prohibited in the New Delhi district.


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