Needle Found In Prasadam At Lord Balaji Temple

  • Ill effects of Government’s taking over management of temple ! 
  • What else is expected in temples in Andhra Pradesh with Govt. led by Christian CM Jaganmohan Reddy in power?
  • We cannot forget that earlier during the period when Y. Samual Rajshekhar Reddy i.e. the father of current Chief Minister, was Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, contract of making ‘prasad-laddus’ was given to Christians !
  • Had the ‘seva’ of making ‘prasad’ given to devotees, they would have done it as service unto God with lot of devotion; however, such incidents are bound to happen in temples during the regime of anti-Hindu Government ! – Editor, HinduJagruti.org

Nellore : A needle was reportedly found in a prasadam laddu purchased at the Lord Balaji temple in Tirumala by a devotee.

Mr Sasank Reddy of Devagudipalli near Rayachoti, prayed at the temple on Tuesday along with his brother and purchased some laddus.

He said he had noticed the needle in the laddu he had purchased at Tirumala when he was about to eat the prasadam after reaching home.

Taking a serious view of the incident, TTD chairman Y.V. Subba Reddy has ordered the TTD special officer Dharma Reddy to probe into the issue and take action against the negligent staff.

Source : Deccan Chronicle

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