A video alleging waterlogging at the venue of the  G20 Summit in New Delhi's Pragati Maidan sparked concerns on social media, leading to criticism from political parties, including Congress and AAP. However, the PIB's fact-checking division has refuted the claim, stating that it is exaggerated and misleading. They clarified that minor waterlogging occurred in an open area due to overnight rains but was promptly addressed with the use of pumps. At present, there is no waterlogging at the venue. The Public Works Department (PWD) acknowledged the issue, noting that VVIP routes and areas near the G20 venue remained unaffected. The PWD explained that the water stagnation was minimal and quickly resolved. G20 Summit 2023: PM Narendra Modi Hands Over Gavel of G20 Presidency to Brazil President Lula da Silva (Watch Video).

PIB Debunks Exaggerated Claims of Waterlogging at G20 Venue

Waterlogging at G20 Venue

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