The members of this board are Sanskrit scholars Maha Mahopadhyaya Dorbala Prabhakar Sharma, P. Krishnamacharya (Sri Vaishnava Agama), Nandula Math Sasibhushan Siddhanti (Veerashaiva Agama), Mrityunjayasharma (Saivagama Shastra Pandit), Butte Veerabhadra Siddhanti (Vastu, Jyotism), JK Subbarao (Vedic), Boddupalli Dattatreya Sharma (Shakteya Agama), Khandavalli Suryanarayanacharya (Vaikhanasa Agama), Akki Raghavendracharya (Tantrasara), Kallepalli Subrahmanyam (Smarta Vedicagamanam), Varanasi Nagabhushanam (Village Deity), RVV Gopalacharya (Pancharatram) were appointed.
Moreover, the Deputy CM said that Devadaya Priests and Employees Welfare Fund Trust Board has been established. The government has issued orders to this effect. In this board, which is chaired by the Chief Secretary of General Administration Department, Devadaya, Chief Secretaries of Finance Departments, TTD EO, TTD Financial Adviser, Chief Accounts Officer, A. Atreya Babu from AP Archaka Samakhya, P. Srinivasulu, V. from Hindu Devadaya Charitable Organizations Staff Association. Srinivas as members. Also appointed Debt Commissioner as Secretary and Treasurer.
Moreover, he said that P. Srinivas, V. Srinivas and Athreya Babu will continue as members of this trust board for three years. He said that 3% will be collected under this fund from temples and religious organizations with an annual income of over Rs.20 lakhs and used to implement various welfare programs for priests and temple employees. Which government has taken key decisions regarding the tax department?
On the other hand, the CGF of Rs.249.26 crore has been used for many temples under the Devadaya Department. Kottu Satyanarayana said that the action plan designed for development with funds is being implemented. He said that these funds are being spent for the development of temples in all the constituencies across the state. He also said that a special conference of prefects and abbots will be organized soon under the auspices of the Devadaya department with the aim of providing wide publicity on Hindu religion.
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