Yadadri Temple: Officials Debunk Viral Video of Rat in Prasadam at Yadadri Temple | Hyderabad News


Hyderabad: Video of devotees visiting Yadadri temple finding a dead rat in their pulihora prasadam went viral on social media. However, the authorities said such an incident did not happen at the temple.
The endowments department authorities have ordered a probe and sent additional commissioner, endowments department, M M D Krishnaveni to the temple.
“We are strongly condemning the incident. However, from the probe, it was understood that such an incident had not occurred at Yadadri temple. We even enquired about it with the temple authorities at Hillock and found that no such complaint on this incident was received from the devotees. Thus, the video which went viral on social media is baseless,” commissioner of the Endowments Department, Hanumantha Rao stated in an official release issued on Saturday, here.
The temple authorities are taking all measures while preparing prasadams like laddu and pulihora with utmost hygiene and quality, the commissioner added.
He said some unknown persons are doing malicious campaigns.

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