Walls decorated for G-20 Conference in Amritsar, Police to take action if Spoiled 
Published : Mar 5, 2023, 1:50 pm IST
Updated : Mar 5, 2023, 1:50 pm IST
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Walls painted in Amritsar
Walls painted in Amritsar

If anyone spoils this beautification, legal action will be taken against them

AMRITSAR: The G-20 Summit is going to be held in Amritsar district this month. The Preparations for the same are going on in full swing. Many efforts are being made to beautify the city. Saplings are being planted at various locations, walls have been painted beautifully. In case, if anyone spoils this beautification, legal action will be taken against them.

Amritsar DC Harpreet Singh Sudan has issued orders using the powers under Section 144 and Punjab Penalties of Defence of Property Act 1997. In this regard, they have informed the group of printing press owners, painters that during the preparations for G-20, a complete ban has been imposed on any kind of painting or posters on walls, roads and buildings to prevent damage to the beautification. 

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It is clearly written in the orders that these orders have been implemented from March 4. These orders will continue till further orders. This is a unilaterally passed order. G-20 conference is scheduled to be held in Amritsar district. This conference is being held on March 15-17 and March 19-20. From March 15 to 17, the G-20 countries will discuss the topic of education. On the other hand, on March 19-20, the representatives of the G20 countries will hold a meeting on the subject of labor.
 

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ROZANA SPOKESMAN

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