TTD Officials have emphatically condemned the episode where an Air India flight flew over Tirumala on Saturday.
An Air India Airbus A 321 from Tirupati to Delhi with 170 peopleon load up flew over the slope altar at around 3 PM Yesterday. Before long, TTD Joint Executive Office KS Sreenivasa Raju reached Airport Authorities at Renigunta to enquire how this happened.
In spite of the fact that Tirumala isn’t a no-flying zone, Flights flying over the holy place is extremely uncommon. Because of the vicinity of mists, Air India Pilot looked for the official of Air Traffic Control to fly over Tirumala and it was allowed.
In 2012, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams put the interest of making the slope altar a no-flying zone before State Government in perspective of conceivable fear assaults. Then again, The choice was continued pending from that point forward. TTD Officials now request the Government to announce Tirumala as the no-flying zone with prompt impact.
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