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Devotees agree to leave Tadpatri ashram
Tense situation is still prevailing in Chinna Polamada village of Tadpatri mandal, where the devotees of Swamy Prabodhananda and the locals fought pitched battles on Sunday evening
Tadpatri: Tense situation is still prevailing in Chinna Polamada village of Tadpatri mandal, where the devotees of Swamy Prabodhananda and the locals fought pitched battles on Sunday evening. The police and revenue officials have been deployed in large numbers at the ashram. The police are now trying to shift the devotees from the ashram to their respective villages. But the devotees are refusing to leave the place.
Additional SP Malyadri, several DSPs have tried to enter into enter into the Ashram complex but the devotees have blocked them. On Sunday evening SP too tried to enter the premise. After hours of efforts, the devotees allowed only SP and his gunman. The latest news is that the devotees have finally agreed to leave the ashram. The police have arranged for two buses to shift the devotees to their respective places.
The police are now enquiring about the Ashram’s fund sources and its backers. It walso wants to understand why the followers are so steadfast in their devotion to the Swamy.