EO COMPLIMENTS TTD WORK FORCE FOR SMOOTH DARSHAN TO PILGRIMS ON NEW YEAR DAY
Tirupati, 2 January 2017: Complimenting the efforts and team work of the strong work force of TTD employees in providing hassle free dashan to devotees on New Year Day in Tirumala, the TTD EO Dr D Sambasiva Rao wished them to continue the same spirit for the ensuing Vaikuntha Ekadasi and Dwadasi days also which are scheduled for January 8 and 9 respectively.
During the weekly review meeting with all HoDs in his chambers in Tirupati on Monday in TTD Administrative Building, the EO wished all the employees a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2017. Later the EO reviewed arrangements for ISCA which is set to commence from January 3 on wards in SV Varsity. “As the Honourable Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modiji, Honourable Governor of AP and TS Sri ESL Narasimhan and Honourable CM of AP Sri N Chandrababu Naidu are going to take part in this prestigious science congress, we should not compromise on the arrangements from our end both at Tirupati and also in Tirumala “, he maintained.
He instructed TTD PRO Dr T Ravi to keep hold the stock of TTD publications, CDs etc. in the book stall arranged at the varsity premises for the sake of students and delegates who are going to participate in the Science Congress.
Later he instructed the officials concerned to make elaborate arrangements of darshan for the unique programme mulled by AP Government for the sake of poor people in villages in the name of “Divya Darshan” in Tiruchanoor and Tirumala temples.
He directed the engineering wing to complete the pending works in Upamaka, Kosuvaripalle, Srinivasa Mangapuram, Appalyagunta temples soon.
The EO also complimented the TTD Sales Wing for completing the target of sales of TTD calendars and diaries 2017 within stipulated time.
JEOs Sri KS Sreenivasa Raju, Sri P Bhaskar, DLO Sri Venkataramana, DPP In-charge secretary Sri N Muktheswara Rao, Additional FACAO Sri Balaji and other senior officers were also present.
ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER TTDs TIRUPATI