Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host a special dinner on Friday (22 September) to honour personnel from various security agencies, including Delhi Police at Bharat Mandapam, where the G20 Summit was held recently.
Around 250 police personnel have reportedly been invited to attend the dinner, which will commence at 6 pm at ITPO in New Delhi.
The event will feature various programmes and will be attended by personnel from different security agencies, reports Times of India.
The dinner organised by the Prime Minister will include subordinate ranks, ranging from constables to inspectors, from different units of the Delhi Police.
These personnel have been recommended for their exceptional efforts in ensuring foolproof arrangements for the G20 summit.
In a special gesture, police personnel who displayed dedication to their duties despite personal setbacks, hardships, and family problems will be specifically included in the dinner.
Earlier this month, the zonal officers in charge of Bharat Mandapam, the venue of G20 summit, were instructed to provide the names of the police officers to the G20 cell of Delhi Police.
After finalising the names, they were sent to the commissioner's office and then forwarded to the PMO.
This upcoming event is not the first time that PM Modi has shown appreciation for the efforts of individuals involved in significant achievements.
In May, prior to the inauguration of the new Parliament Building, he felicitated the labourers who played a crucial role in its construction.
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