Tirupati: The main message announced by the temple to the devotees going to Tirupati …

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Due to continuous rains in Tirupati, it has been announced that no devotees will come for darshan till the rains stop.

Due to the spread of corona infection in Tirupati, the temple administration had banned devotees from performing darshan. Later, when the spread of the disease subsided, the administration of the Thirumalai Tirupati Devasthanam relaxed some of the rules and allowed the devotees to perform darshan.

Meanwhile, the Meteorological Department has forecast heavy rains in Tamil Nadu for the first five days due to the prevailing low pressure area in the south-western Bay of Bengal and the adjoining central and western Bay of Bengal. Similarly, Chittoor and Kadapa districts of Andhra Pradesh were lashed by heavy rains since last night. This series of rains has caused flooding in all areas.

Heavy rains have also caused floods in Tirupati. Similarly, roads leading to 20 villages in Chittoor district have been cut off due to heavy rains. The Government of Kerala has declared that no member of the public should leave the house as it is an essential necessity.

All vehicles coming from Tirumalai to Tirupati have been stopped. Devotees who came for darshan yesterday evening have been kept to stay in Thirumalai. Also, due to continuous rains in Tirupati, it has been announced that no devotees will come for darshan till the rains stop. Devotees who have booked darshan tickets online will be allowed to darshan at any time, Devasthanam said in a statement.

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