Russian Woman Pilgrim Stuck In Tirupati Since March Assured Of All Help To Return

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam manages the Lord Venkateshwara shrine (File)

Tirupati:

A 32-year-old Russian girl pilgrim, stranded in Tirupati since March following the nationwide lockdown, was on Wednesday assured of all assist to return to her nation a high TTD official mentioned.

The lady’s mom, who’s caught at Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh, would even be dropped at Tirupati on the earliest, he mentioned.

Each mom and daughter had come to India in February as a part of their pan India tour to go to all ISKCON temples and different shrines within the nation, the official of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam, which manages the Lord Venkateshwara shrine in Tirupati, instructed PTI.

TTD Chairman YV Subba Reddy, who learnt of her plight via a media report, despatched a consultant to fulfill the girl, staying at a personal lodge in Tirupati , with an assurance that each one assist can be prolonged to her until she returned house, he mentioned.

The official mentioned that on her request, each girls can be allowed into the hill historic shrine via a particular entry to supply their obeisance to Lord Venkateswara.

He quoted Mr Reddy as saying that he would seek the advice of the Russian Embassy and make all obligatory preparations for the secure return journey of the ladies again to their nation.

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