No new mutts on Tirumala: Government

HYDERABAD: The State Government will not allow new mutts to come up on Tirumala although the last meeting of the board of directors of TTD had passed a resolution seeking permission to set up one.

Minister for Endowments J.C. Diwakar Reddy told the Assembly during question hour that the Government would not permit new mutts to save Tirumala from real estate business. He said it had come to his notice that the TTD board had resolved to request the Government to permit a new mutt but it would not be allowed in any case.

Responding to another question, Finance Minister K. Rosaiah appealed to applicants of contractual jobs for the post of drug inspector not to be carried away by the lure of touts who were making money promising employment.

Mr. Rosaiah said the Government sanctioned 50 posts of drug inspector on contract basis in view of their severe shortage.

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