It may be noted that the two leopards were trapped by the forest department officials on August 13 and 17 respectively.
Tirupati police constables, deployed at the 7th-mile outpost between Alipiri and Tirumala, were instructed to tie security identification tags on the hand of children and infants.
The Commission also sought to know the safety measures taken by the TTD after the four-year-old boy was attacked on June 22, and a report on the recent cases of leopard attacks reported on the path.
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Sushmita along with her parents -- Dinesh Kumar and Sasikala -- who belong to Pothireddypalem of Kovuru in Nellore district -- left for Tirumala on foot for darshan of Lord Venkateswara.
BRT conservator of forest Deepa J Contractor said the child has one fracture in the mandible which will be surgically treated after a few days of observation.
Meanwhile, TTD Trust Board Chairman YV Subba Reddy visited Kaushik, who is undergoing treatment in a TTD-run hospital in Tirupati for the injuries suffered in the leopard attack.