Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday urged the people of Delhi to help make the upcoming G-20 summit a success despite the inconvenience they might have to face due to the presence of several world leaders here next month.
The summit will be held in the city from September 9 to 10.
Addressing a public reception at the airport here on his return from a two-nation visit, Mr. Modi also sought forgiveness from people in advance for the inconvenience they might have to face due to the arrangements for the G-20 summit.
“From September 5 to 15, there will be a lot of inconvenience, and I apologise for that in advance. These are our guests, traffic rules will be changed, you will be stopped from going to several places but some things are necessary.
“The residents of Delhi have got a greater responsibility for the G-20,” the PM said.