India can visit Tirupati Balaji temple from june 11
After nearly 80 days, India’s famous Sri Venkateswara temple atop the Tirumala hills here reopened on Monday with new health norms in place to check the spread of coronavirus. The famous shrine was reopened for ‘darshan’ at 6 am, though with the entry was restricted to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD) employees and their family members.
At around 8 a.m., the trial run for darshan in Lord Venkateswara Temple in Tirumala commenced.
Darshan for devotees in the temple is being resumed after a gap of nearly 80 days and prior to its permanent resumption, a trial run is being conducted to check for any lapses in the new system put in place in accordance with Central Government rules to ensure the safety of devotees and negate any chances of spread of coronavirus.
The Tirumala II Town police in Andhra Pradesh had registered the FIR on April 29 based on a complaint by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) vigilance wing inspector V Subramanyam Reddy. The complaint alleged that the actor, in his speech, has hurt the sentiments of the Hindu community by making derogatory remarks against lord Venkateswara temple at Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh.
All govt and private hospitals and nursing homes situated in the NCT of Delhi to extend medical facilities to all covid-19 patients coming for monitoring/treatment without any discrimination of being residents of NCT of Delhi, says an order issued by the LG.
From thursday only 500 devotees will be allowed to be in queue per hour.thus everyday around 6000 pilgrims will be allowed.
While only 3000 tickets will be issued online.the other 3000 tickets will be issued offline.the online quota will be released today.