Three Choppers Seen Flying in Tirumala temple’s Vicinity
TTD was established in 1932 as a result of the TTD Act of 1932. According to the act administration of the temple was vested in a committee of seven members. And overseen by a paid commissioner appointed by the Madras Government. Advising the committee were two advisory councils – one composed of priests. And temple administrators to aid the committee with the operations of the Tirumala temple. And another composed of farmers for advice on Tirumala’s land and estate transactions.
Three Choppers Seen Flying, three helicopters were Tuesday seen flying over the vicinity of Tirumala temple. Which is a no-flying zone.
Finally The choppers were spotted hovering over Tarigonda Vengamamba Annaprasadam Building, Parakamani Bhavan and Balajinagar around the famous hill shrine. The incident led to commotion among devotees.
Three Choppers Seen Flying,The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), which manages the affairs of the temple, took note of the incident. TTD officials were trying to gather details.
Three helicopters belonging to the Indian Air Force reportedly flew in the area while heading to Chennai from Kadapa. Details of the incident are awaited.
In January, TTD authorities had ordered a probe into the alleged drone visuals of the temple making rounds on social media platforms.
As per Agama Shastra rules, flying of aircrafts or drones over the hill shrine is prohibited.
The video in question was said to have been uploaded by a man from Hyderabad in November last year on his Instagram account. However, it went viral in January, forcing the TTD authorities to take note of the same and react.