Tirumala Kshetra, one of the most famous Hindu temples in the world, has tight security. Starting from Alipiri, wherever and whatever happened on the Tirumala hill. Tirumala Hill, where Kali Yuga Lord Venkateswara Swamy is enshrined, is a ‘no fly zone’. Airplanes and helicopters are not allowed to fly from the top of that hill. Even according to Agama Shastra no objects are allowed to fly over Srivari temple. One such drone video of the Tirumala temple has surfaced on social media and is causing a stir. How did the drone camera fly on Tirumala hill which is always surrounded by strong security?
Who filmed this video? Why could not the vigilance personnel find out? There are more than 1600 CC cameras all over Tirumala.. why this drone camera has not come out anywhere? Is this actually true? Fake video? These questions are now bothering the officials as well as common devotees.
Drone shots of Tirumala Srivari temple are going viral on Instagram account. Officials found that this video was uploaded from an account called Icon. It was found that this video was uploaded in November last year. Police identified this account as belonging to a person from Hyderabad. A thorough investigation is being conducted into the incident.
Doubts are being expressed whether these are drone camera scenes or Google 3D images. This viral video has been sent to the forensic team and a report has been requested. TTD EO Dharma Reddy said that the vigilance mechanism is investigating the incident.