The TTD calendars and diaries 2019 will be made available in online for sales from September 14 onwards soon after they are released by Honourable CM of AP on September 13 on the first day of annual brahmotsavams, said TTD EO Sri Anil Kumar Singhal.
During the monthly Dial your EO programme held at Annamaiah Bhavan in Tirumala on Friday, the EO informed the pilgrims via the platform about online sales of TTD Diaries and Calendars.
Pilgrim caller Sri Pandian from Dindivanam of Tamilnadu sought EO to keep some coin box phone facility available at Rambhageecha, so that they can contact the cab driver or kin after coming out of darshan for which the EO assured the suggestion will be implemented soon.
Callers Sri Srinu Kumar from Viziayanagaram, Sri Nagesh from Anantapur suggested EO to instruct the employees to wear the ID card in a visible manner.
Sri Prabhakar from Chennai sought EO to ensure that door mats be laid at Rs.300 queue line compartments.
Another caller Sri Madhav from Kurnool brought to the notice of EO that the srinivasa kalyanam which was performed by TTD in Betamcherla of Kurnool district took place adjacent to a church and sought EO to select appropriate places while performing such religious events. EO said necessary care will be taken.
Sri Tukaram from Tirupati sought EO to reduce advertisements in SVBC channel for which he said necessary action has already been initiated.
Sri Nitin from Venkatagiri said there is need for proper surveillance near show keeping counters at Annaprasadam while Sri Sreedhar from Nuziveedu sought EO to avoid wastage in Annaprasadam counters inside temple.
Another caller Sri Jagan Mohan from Guntur brought to the notice of EO about the illegal happenings in TTD rest houses in Tirupati. EO responded that the vigilance sleuths will look into the issue immediately.
JEOs Sri KS Sreenivasa Raju, Sri P Bhaskar and other senior officers were also present.