Based on the order, Chief Wildlife Warden Ganga Singh had issued an order on December 20, 2022, allowing the parading of the elephant for a maximum of two days a month.
Earlier, the priests used to get 50 per cent of the claimed amount while the remaining was taken up by them.
“Most of the elephants at the centre were rescued after they strayed from their herd,” a deputy range officer says.
In case of Venkateswara temple, the idol will be provided free of cost by TTD and idols of other gods and goddesses for 25% subsidy.
“Top priority was given to the common public and all special darshanams were cancelled on Sunday. Only those with Rs 500 tickets were allowed,” Kottu Satyanarayana said.
When contacted, irrigation department SE S Thirumala Rao said the Prakasam Barrage is receiving water gushing at 1 lakh cusecs from the upstream.
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