Three accused were arrested by the Tirupati police in the statue installation case

On Tuesday, the Tirupati police had achieved high success in the srikalahasti temple statue installation case. On September 11, the police arrested three accused for setting up a Shivalinga and Lord Carrier Nandini in the temple premises. The accused were identified as Pindi Sulavardhan (32), Pindi Thirumalaiah (30) and Pindi Munisekhar (28) of Puttur town in Chittoor district.

Let us briefly share your information, c Chandrashekhar Reddy, executive officer of the temple in the temple issue, complained to The Srikalahasti One Town Police, who saw the unauthorized installations. Later, the police registered a case and urban police superintendent (SP) Aula Ramesh Reddy formed special teams to arrest the accused. Based on CCTV footage, police found three persons moving suspiciously outside the temple on September 6 and tracked them through their mobile data, police said.

While investigating the matter, Tirumalaiah and Munisekhar visited an astrologer and advised them to set up statues for luck. They then made a statue from a maker in Rajiv Colony in Tirupati on September 2, paying Rs 4,000 for the Shivalinga and Rs 3,000 for the Nandi statue. Later, they kept the statues in the premises, he said.

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