TTD Chairman at the opening ceremony of Vaikuntham Q Complex-1 Park
Tirumala, September 23 (Andhra Jyoti): TTD Chairman YV Subbareddy said that the parks are being developed so that devotees can experience spiritual pleasure while entering Tirumala. The park, which was reconstructed at a cost of Rs.70 lakh, was inaugurated on Friday along with Evo Dharma Reddy, adjacent to the first Vaikuntham Q Complex. The park has been beautifully decorated with the statue of Lord Krishna in the middle of the water fountain, Govindanamas, cows and feet. Speaking to the media on this occasion, the chairman said that as per the orders of CM Jagan, large-scale measures are being taken to protect the environment in Tirumala. Plastic ban is being strictly implemented. He also said that the Chief Minister has issued orders to run 50 electric buses to Tirumala. As part of this, he will start 10 electric buses on 27th. He explained that the rest of the buses will be available within two or three months. Park reconstruction donor Ravikumar, CVSO Narasimhakishor, Chief Engineer Nageswara Rao, Garden Deputy Director Srinivas and others participated. Later, Subbareddy, EO inspected the reconstruction works of Narayangiri, Special Type, GNC, Geetha Park and Padmavathi guest house in Tirumala.