NEW DELHI: Various government agencies will together spend Rs 1,084 crore to spruce up Delhi for the upcoming G20 summit. NEW DELHI:Of 200 meetings across 32 different work streams being hosted in 50 Indian cities, eight, including the main summit, will be held in Delhi. While six of these meetings will take place in September, one each will be held in March and June.Officials said different government agencies have prepared a detailed action plan to improve infrastructure, repair of roads, pavements, signage and street furniture, beautify the city by installing fountains and sculpture, strengthening public transport, and organising various events, which would together cost Rs 1,084 crore.While the agencies have already been told to start the work, Delhi government has sought Rs 927 crore, which will be spent by its departments on G20-related works and events, from the Centre.“Delhi’s revamp has been planned on the lines of the United Kingdom, Singapore, Indonesia and Germany, which have hosted the G20 summit and related events in the past,” said a senior Delhi government official.According to officials, a total of 26 different Delhi government departments and central agencies are working on the preparations for the summit. The government has also planned to showcase the Indian culture and has taken up cleaning and illumination of major monuments, while several interesting events such as drone and laser shows, film festival, food festival, concerts, folk dance and music festival have been planned.A senior Delhi government official said that PWD, MCD and NDMC would largely look after the infrastructure and beautification work and would be spending Rs 448 crore, Rs 249 crore and Rs 78 crore, respectively. “These three agencies will largely be responsible to improve road infrastructure and flyovers, pavements, beautification among other such works. PWD has already started beautification work on key stretches like the Airport road and around Pragati Maidan,” said an official.The tourism department, which will look after various events and programmes, has sought Rs 72 crore.