AP Christian Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy’s entry in the Tirupati Temple without signing the affidavit

Petition in High Court against Reddy, 2 Ministers, President and Executive Officer of Tirupati Devasthanam

It is enraging that Hindus have to approach the Court for someone who does not follow the temple traditions ! The ‘Hindu Rashtra’ is essential for enabling Hindus to avoid resorting to such actions.

Such incidents are taking place in Andhra Pradesh since a staunch Christian has been elected. Hindus are being punished only for this reason !

Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) – YSR Congress party President and Christian Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh YS Jaganmohan Reddy visited the temple of Deity Venkateswara at Tirumala Tirupati on 23rd September. At that time, he did not sign an affidavit stating that he has faith in Deity Venkateswara, which is mandatory for the members of other religious communities.

A petition has been filed in the High Court against this act. The petition also demands the removal of Ministers Velampalli and Kodali Nani, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam President Subba Reddy and Executive Officer Anil Kumar Singhal. The petition has been filed by Alok Sudhir Babu, a farmer from Venkatapuram village in Guntur District.