TIRUMALA: Tirumala Faith Row of Sign TTD Faith Declaration Form for Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy In Tirumala lands Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy In Tight spot. AP CM is receiving the heat waves from opposition leaders and a section of Telugu people for allegedly not signing the Faith Declaration Form to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) temple
Meanwhile YS Jagan and B. S. Yediyurappa attended the Srivari Salakstla Brahmotsavam celebration today September 24. He had arrived at Renigunta Airport on September 23 by 1 pm and to tour in Tirumala for two days. AP CM visited the Annamayya Bhavan by 5.27 pm today.
YS Jagna had attended Garuda Seva by 6.15 pm and offered traditional silk robes to the Lord Sri Venkateswara Swamy on behalf of the state government. After presenting silk garments, AP CM visited Lord Venkateshwara Swami and followed that he will reach Sri Padmavati Guest House for his overnight stay.
Meanwhile the annual Brahmotsavams of Lord Balaji will be conducted from September 19 to 27 in Ekantham in view of Covid-19 restrictions.
Tirumala ‘Faith Row’ Haunts CM YS Jagan :
Even though the opposition demanded AP CM YS Jagan to sign the TTD Faith Declaration Form, he didn’t respond over that . Even the TTD officials allegedly said that YS Jagan had not signed any such form.
But this form is for non-Hindus who have to declare their faith in the temple’s deity- Lord Balaji, But opposition targeting him said that he had more faith in Christianity and YS Jagan had to sign this TTD Faith Declaration Form to clear his stand towards Hindu temples of TTD. But the YSR Congress party leaders gave enough indication that AP CM won’t sign any of such forms and said that he need not to prove his loyalty towards Hindu gods by signing any form.
Even the Paripoornananda made remarks against Indira Gandhi and former AP CM YS Rajashekar Reddy while commenting on TTD declaration row, and said that they both had met with tragic deaths as they didn’t sign the TTD Faith Declaration Form.
He appealed to AP CM to sign the TTD Faith Declaration Form.