TTD to allow temple darshan for devotees during Maha Samprokshanam

Vastavam web: The controversial decision announced by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) authorities regarding the closure of the Lord Venkateshwara temple in Tirumala for nine days from August 9 to 17 sparked outrage among the devotees. Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday directed the TTD to allow a limited number of devotees to have darshan during the period. Within hours of Naidu’s directions, the TTD announced that it will rethink its decision and take a final call at the Trust Board meeting on July 24. CHief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday directed the TTD to allow a limited number of devotees to have darshan during the period. Within hours of Naidu’s directions, the TTD announced that it will rethink its decision and take a final call at the Trust Board meeting on July 24.

He added that the TTD would collect the opinion of devotees and contemplate on giving permission for darshan two times a day for three to four hours based on the time available and rush of the devotees.