The Andhra Pradesh government today decided to reopen the famous Tirumala temple on June 8, after a gap of two months.
It will allow devotees to visit the temple and have darsan, with a distance of six feet being maintained between any two persons.
The state government has decided to hold a trial run with the employees of the TTD and the locals of Tirupati first.
The state government issued these orders in response to a letter written by the EO of the TTD.
Special Chief Secretary of the state government J S V Prasad issued the orders to reopen the temple. In its orders, the state government said that the darsans at the temple could be resumed following the ongoing lockdown rules.
Following this, the authorities of the TTD have started making arrangements for the resumption of the darsans at the temple.