Due to the proposed visit of the delegates of the G-20 nations the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort may be closed for four or more hours on February 12, officials said on Monday.
"Arrangements are being made in full swing to welcome delegates for the G-20 meet proposed to be organised in Agra in February," District Magistrate Navneet Singh Chahal told PTI.
"On February 12 Taj Mahal and Agra Fort may be closed for visitors for three to four hours or a certain period during the visit of the foreign delegates in the monument premises. Instructions regarding the closing of the monuments will be issued in advance for the convenience of the visitors," he added.
Recently, the principal secretary of Uttar Pradesh Amrit Abhijat also visited Agra and inspected the airport, and selfie point and reviewed development works being carried out on Fatehabad road and others.
According to officials, and local artists of Braj, students would welcome guests with their performance based on 'Braj culture' and dance. "Lathmar Holi, Charkula dance and Phoolon ki Holi, etc" would be performed by the artists at airports, roads, and hotels expected to be visited by the delegates.