CTI runs poster sticker campaign in Chandni Chowk regarding G-20, businessmen learning English

G-20 Summit 2023: The G20 summit is going to be held in Delhi on 9 and 10 September. Heads of state of member countries and their team will come to India to participate in the conference. Preparations are going on vigorously to welcome them. In view of the G20, the markets of Delhi will remain closed from 8 to 10 September, but the historic Chandni Chowk will remain open. The traders here hope that the guests coming to Delhi from all over the world will take their time to reach Chandni Chowk.

This is the reason why guests are being invited to visit the markets. Meanwhile, the Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) has started a poster-sticker campaign in Chandni Chowk. Slogans like ‘Delhi’s markets are glorified, G20 leaders should come and shop’, ‘Delhi markets waiting for G20 guests’ and ‘G20 Global Gala Meet’ are written in these.

Craze among shopkeepers of Chandni Chowk

In this regard, CTI Chairman Brijesh Goyal said that a lot of craze is being seen among the shopkeepers of Chandni Chowk regarding G20. In the two-day conference, guests will start arriving before 9th September and will stay till after 10th September. If time comes out from the meeting, then he will reach Chandni Chowk market.

Here there are wholesale markets of famous Jalebi Wale, Kachori Wale, Chole Bhature, Bhalle-Papri, Paratha Wale, Sweets, Saree, Suit, Lehenga, Jewellery, Suiting-shirting, Gota Zari, Dryfruits etc. In such a situation, foreign guests will come here and do shopping. This will benefit the market. They will be able to get to know the culture, clothing, food and hospitality here closely.

Businessmen learning English for the G20

Many businessmen are learning English, while some are hiring tourist guides so that they can interact with foreign guests without any problem. Chandni Chowk’s jewelry businessman Gurmeet Arora has hired a tourist guide knowledgeable in English and other languages ​​for 4 days.

At the same time, Suresh Kumar Seth, a businessman of lehenga and suits, does not know English, but his son speaks fluent English and his daughter knows German along with English. Both the children will be at the shop from 8 to 11 September. Food businessman Hemant Verma has given training to his staff to speak English and he himself is practicing English.

Famous Jalebi seller made special ‘Jaleba’

Famous Jalebi businessman of Chandni Chowk, Ramakant Sharma told that he has made special Jaleba-Rabri for foreign guests coming to G-20 and he wishes that US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping should also eat Jalebi at his shop. Must come

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