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PM visits Tirupati

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Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has left for India on a 2-day pilgrimage to the temple city of Tirupati today (23).

He was accorded a warm welcome by the officials of the Chittoor district administration led by deputy chief minister K Narayanaswamy and district collector M Harinarayana on his arrival at the Tirupati airport.

The premier will reach Tirumala by road and will halt for the night on the hills. Accompanied by his family members, Mahinda Rajapaksa will offer prayers at the Tirumala temple tomorrow (24) morning.

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams has made elaborate arrangements for the visit.

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