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Delhi Authorities Take Measures to Relocate Stray Dogs as G20 Summit Approaches

by Lisa

In preparation for the upcoming G20 summit scheduled for this weekend, authorities in the Indian capital of Delhi are actively undertaking the task of rounding up hundreds of stray dogs that wander the city’s streets. This initiative, aimed at ensuring safety and cleanliness in the vicinity, has garnered attention from animal activists and has been witnessed by Reuters reporters on the ground.

In recent weeks, Delhi authorities have undertaken several efforts to enhance the city’s image ahead of the significant international event. One such endeavor involved the clearance of numerous slum areas within the city, accompanied by the strategic placement of langur cutouts to deter monkeys from occupying public spaces.

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The G20 summit, set to be the largest gathering of world leaders ever hosted in the Indian capital, boasts an impressive lineup of attendees, including U.S. President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, among other distinguished leaders.

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As the preparations continue, Delhi authorities are steadfastly addressing various facets of the city’s landscape, including the relocation of stray dogs, to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for the summit’s esteemed participants and guests.

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