JNU closes all gates from 7-11 September, allows entry only through north gate ahead of G20 summit

JNU Close all doors from 7th to 11th September

G20 Summit: Jawaharlal Nehru University has issued a circular regarding the restrictions imposed by the Delhi government for the G20 summit. According to the notification, only the North Gate (Main Gate) of the JNU campus will remain open from September 7 to 11, 2023. The entry time is from 9 PM to 6 PM.

During this period, all other entrances will be closed for security reasons related to the G20 summit in Delhi. This measure was implemented with the consent of the competent authority. Earlier, Delhi Education Minister Atishi Marlena ordered the closure of all schools, colleges and offices from September 8 to 10 in view of the G20 summit.

Notification of Restrictions Imposed by JNU

A notification issued by Jawaharlal Nehru University states, “In view of the restrictions imposed by the Government of NCT of Delhi and for all security reasons, only the North Gate (Main Gate) of the JNU campus will remain open from 09:00 PM on 09/07/2023.” until 06:00 on 11 September 2023. All other doors will remain closed during this period.”

JNU Door Closure Circular PDF – Check Here

Schools and colleges remain closed from tomorrow in Delhi

Delhi Education Minister, Atishi Marlena has informed closure of all schools, colleges and offices from September 8 to 10, 2023 due to G20 summit. In addition, all private offices, educational and other institutions in the capital will also remain closed.

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She said, “It is a matter of great pride that our country is hosting the G20 Summit. I congratulate the Center for coming up with a grand convention center at Pragata Maidan where the G20 Summit will be held. Ten roads have been rehabilitated for the G20 Summit and extensive landscaping work has been undertaken.”

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