Even in the darshan of Tirumala Srivenkateswara Swamy, some miscreants started the racket of fake tickets. However, the police put a check on their games. Police have arrested five people in the case of fake tickets. Along with TTD Superintendent Mallikarjun, five others Vamsikrishna, Muralikrishna, Venkatasubbarao Vijayakumari and Navyashree were arrested.
TTD vigilance officials found that apart from huge VIP break and Supatham darshan tickets, rooms have also been allocated at high prices. Rs. 500 break darshan ticket for Rs. 3 thousand, a Supatham ticket of Rs.300 for Rs. It was concluded that Mallikarjun sold it for 2 thousand. TTD vigilance confirmed that high prices were charged on a total of 25 rooms and 721 darshan tickets.
On the other hand, the shrine of Tirumala is resounding with the remembrance of the name of Govinda by the devotees. Due to consecutive holidays and weekends, the Tirumala shrine has become crowded with devotees. All the compartments in Vaikuntham queue complex 1 and 2 are filled with devotees who have come from far away places. Now Qline has crossed the ring road. The TTD PRO disclosed that the darshan of Srivari is likely to take about 2 days. Devotees requested to know this matter. Also, break darshans till August 21 have been cancelled.