Andhra Pradesh sources have stated that YSRCP Chief YS Jaganmohan Reddy's visit to Tirumala temple on Saturday morning raised several eyebrows for wrong reasons. During his visit, Jagan reportedly refused to sign the Declaration book when TTD officials requested him to do so.
Meanwhile it is a norm for any Non-Hindu visitor to sign declaration, and hence the TTD authorities asked Jagan to follow the protocol. The Opposition leader however refused to sign it, and left the place soon after his visit. As the low-level TTD authorities couldn't compel Jagan, they remained silent. It is heard that Jagan hadn't signed the declaration during his earlier visits too.
Earlier on Saturday morning, Jagan, along with a few party MPs and MLAs
and huge number of supporters, visited Tirumala temple. They were all provided
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