Udaipur (Dr.Munesh Arora):Preparations are in full swing for the G-20 Sherpa meeting to be held in Lakecity from 5 to 7 December. Due to the first G-20 meeting in Udaipur, India's Sherpa Amitabh Kant reached Udaipur on Monday along with top officials of the Ministry of External Affairs to take stock of its arrangements and took stock of the preparations throughout the day. Sherpa Amitabh Kant, who reached Udaipur along with Nagaraj Naidu and Bhavna Saxena, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs, G- 20 Secretariat, and a team of officials of the Ministry of External Affairs, took a meeti n g i n th e Di v i s i o n a l Commissionerate Auditorium in the evening and said that the G-20 Sherpa meeting is an excellent opportunity for us. Through this, the guests coming here will be able to take the best image of the diverse colors of Rajasthan's art, cultural uniqueness, and natural beauty of Udaipur through the hospitality of Udaipur. Team Udaipur via i t , Udaipur and Rajasthan can be taken to the whole world from the point of view of tourism. You did a great job: Addressing the review meeting, Sherpa Amitabh Kant was overwhelmed with the preparations for organizing this meeting in Udaipur and said that Team Udaipur had done excellent work in every aspect of this meet ing. Appreciating the efforts of Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt and District Collector Tarachand Meena, he said that this meeting would be a successful event with coordinated efforts. Sherpa Kant said that since this is the first meeting in Udaipur under G-20, everyone will have to cooperate and make this event the best. We should make better arrangements for foreign guests' security and hospitality, organizing meetings, arranging boats, visiting tourist places, etc. He also asked for a digital presentation along with arrangements to present a glimpse of the art cul ture of Rajasthan in Shilpgram. Similarly, he immediately organized a District Magistrates' meeting with the event management companies' representatives. We will be able to promote Kotra also: Sherpa Kant said that through this event, we could also present a glimpse of tribal art and culture here. He said that in an area like Kotra, where 98 percent of tribals reside, the tribal culture could be promoted by presenting a glimpse of the art and culture of that place in front of foreign guests. He also appreciated the arrangements made by Collector Meena to welcome the guests by the tribals of Kotra. Arrangements for passes etc. : Nagaraj Naidu and Bh a v n a Sa x e n a , J o i n t Secretaries of the Ministry of External Affairs, gave detailed information about the arrangements made by the Ministry in coordination with the local authorities, issuing passes to the of f icers-employees engaged. On this occasion, officials from the Ministry of External Affairs, Asin Anwar, Anuj Swaroop, etc., were also present. During the meeting, Principal Secretary Home Department Anand Kumar, ADG S Sengathir, Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt, IG Prafulla Kumar, Collector Tarachand Meena, and SP Vikas Kumar gave detailed information on the arrangements being made at the police and administrative level during the Sherpa meeting. Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt explained the reception of guests, security, medical teams, mobile medical unit, beautification work, arrangement of guides, etc. Similarly, IG Praful Kumar talked about three-layer security, CCTV coverage, traffic plan, verification process, etc. Collector Meena informed about the movement of boats and pre-directed works, and SP Sharma told about the security arrangements. Srivastava expressed gratitude:During the meeting, th e Commi s s i o n e r o f Rajas than Foundat ion, Dheeraj Srivastava, expressed his gratitude for the selection of Udaipur for organizing the G-20 Sherpa meeting and the trust shown by the Ministry of External Affairs in the arrangements made here. On this occasion, West Zone Cultural Center Director Kiran Soni Gupta, Director of Tourism Depar tment Dr. Rashmi Sharma, Zilla Parishad CEO Mayank Manish, Additional Commissioner Anjali Rajouria, IAS Saloni Khemka and top officials of all related departments were present. visited program sites: India's Sherpa Amitabh Kant, Joint Secretary Nagaraj Naidu, and the Ministry of External Affairs team, who came to take stock of the preparations for the G-20 Sherpa Conference, took stock of the proposed sites for the event along with the officials of the district administration. The officers visited City Palace, Fateh Prakash, Shilpgram, etc. They held discussions with the concerned officials regarding various activities and other programs during the event, along with security, hospitality, and meeting arrangements for the guests coming here. During this, Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt, District Collector Tarachand Meena, Director of Western Zone Cultural Center Kiran Soni Gupta, and Director of Tour ism Depar tment Dr. Rashmi Sharma informed about the preparations and arrangements so far. During this, other prominent officials of the administration were also present.