eagle watch of 1051 cc camera for Tirumala Brahmotsavams

eagle watch of 1051 cc camera for Tirumala Brahmotsavams

eagle watch of 1051 cc camera for Tirumala Brahmotsavams
September 11
07:08 2019

The annual Brahmotsavams of Sri Venkateswara , the nine-day fete is witnessed by tens of thousands of devotees thronging from across various parts of the country and even overseas to catch-up a glimpse of the Universal Supremo Sri Venkateswara Swamy on 16 different Vahanams during this annual festival.

In order to provide a smooth darshan of both the presiding deity as well the vahana sevas of Lord, the mandarins of TTD make elaborate arrangements which commence two months prior. Year after year, along with the increase in pilgrim rush, the improvisation in the arrangements by TTD aims at providing hassle-free darshan environment to every common devotee taking part in this mega religious fest.

To provide smooth conduct of Brahmotsavams, the Vigilance Wing of TTD along in co-ordination with the police department is also making a wide range of arrangements, leaving no stone unturned during this year, keeping in view the past experiences.

According to the TTD Vigilance officials, apart from the existing 585 cameras, another 1051 cameras will be set up at different vulnerable points in Tirumala including VQC 1, 2, Inner and Outer Cordon, Four Mada Streets etc. to ensure risk-free

To safeguard the pilgrims from the miscreants, the Vigilance sleuths in three special mufti teams will be on rounds 24X7 during the nine-day fete, especially on Garuda Seva Day. To check the price hikes by the hoteliers, a special squad consisting of Vigilance, Estate and Revenue officials will do the surprise checks and raids.

The TTD has also fixed price at Rs.70 per person who travels in private jeeps. A meeting was already conducted with all the private jeep owners, drivers in this regard on August 4 by TTD Vigilance wing and were given clear instructions that overcrowding, overcharging and over speeding jeeps will be given serious punishment.

On Garuda Seva day on October 4, about 1000 personnel will be manning the celestial procession which includes 350 Vigilance sleuths, 150 Home Guards, 200 each Srivari Sevakulu and Scouts, 100 NCC.

The Central Command Control also known as C Cube Complex will be monitoring the entire security activity in Tirumala. There are 15 staffs working under the control of a Vigilance Inspector in three shifts to observe the activities round the clock.


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