New Delhi: More than 450 Quick Response Teams (QRTs) will be stationed in New Delhi to deal with all kinds of emergencies during the G20 summit on September 9-10.
LG secretariat officials said that ambulances, fire equipment and PCR vehicles will be arranged at specific points.
LG VK Saxena on Wednesday reviewed the Delhi Police’s plan to strengthen security, including the deployment of QRT, ambulance and advanced fire fighting mechanism for a “safe and smooth” summit. “.
At the behest of LG, which personally oversaw preparations on the ground, the Delhi Police devised complex security plans with the deployment of more than 450 QRT and PCR trucks, more than 50 ambulances, and more.
Firefighters, including “firefighters” fighting robots in and around IGI Airport, 23 designated hotels, Pragati Maidan, Rajghat and along the routes will be designated by the officials. organization used in this event,” an official from the LG secretariat said.
TOI reported in detail on 17 Aug about Delhi Police’s security plan for summit. At least 11 QRTs, 24 ambulances and 3 firefighters will be at the Indian Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) in Pragati Maidan.
Two additional devices with aerial lifts, called hydraulic platforms, and fire robots will be located at the summit site for the duration of the event.
“Similarly, 10 QRTs, 4 ambulances and 4 firefighters will be at the IGI airport. According to the plan, 402 QRTs and PCR trucks will be deployed along 61 identified routes for use. in the summit.
The leaders of the 29 participating countries, including US President Joe Biden, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Britain’s Rishi Sunak, France’s Emmanuel Macron and Australia’s Anthony Albanese, will attend the summit. A QRT will be placed in each of the 23 hotels where officials and other foreign delegates will stay,” an official said.
According to officials, a disaster management team will be stationed at seven strategic locations: four designated hotels, ITPO, Rajghat and IARI-PUSA. QRTs, ambulances, firefighters and NDRF teams will also be deployed.
Following LG’s instructions to come up with a contingency plan to deal with flooding around ITPO, Rajghat and other areas in case the city sees heavy rain during the event, officials said. agencies have arranged QRTs, including security, medical and civil emergencies. construction and restoration personnel and equipment throughout the city.