'Anti-Hindu' claims on Jagan increases with Christianity advertisements behind TTD tickets
We all know that BJP's Andhra Pradesh unit on Tuesday called CM Jagan Mohan Reddy anti-Hindu for refusing to light a lamp at an event in the US. The party shared a video of the incident and said, '[Reddy] was a Hindu for votes, like [Rahul Gandhi]." Jagan's party YSRCP said that a needless controversy was created. Reddy's party YSRCP said electronic lighting is used in the US instead of manual illumination over fire safety measures.
Even before this issue was settled, here comes another one to blame Jagan much more as a shock has struck to the devotees who travelled to Tirumala from Tirupati today. All the bus tickets issued today contained the advertisement of Christianity. From a long time, there is an accusation, Christian evangelists are trying to avenge into Tirumala hills.
In a bus from Tirupati to Tirumala which will obviously have 100% Hindu pilgrims. What's the intention behind promoting Christian pilgrimage in a bus full of Hindus, which is en route to Hindu pilgrimage. Can’t the ruling YSRCP government at least take care of such controversial advertisements ahead?
Even the TTD Chairman Y.V Subba Reddy failed to scrutinise these kinds of advertisements with proper action. YV Subba Reddy, the newly-appointed chairman of the Tirupati Tirumala Devasthanams (TTD) Trust Board has refuted claims that he is a “Christian convert”. Viral posts on social media claimed Reddy is a “convert Christian” and this move is a ploy by Jagan Mohan to “bring in more Christians”.