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Tamilnadu CM visits Tirupati temple, offers prayers

 Tamil Nadu: Chennai, November 18 (HS):Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami visited Tirupati temple on Tuesday along with his family members.

 

Sources said, Chief Minister Palaniswami reached Tirumala on the night of Monday and had a darshan on Tuesday and returned to Chennai.

 

 

 Sources further say, Chief Minister is scheduled to visit Salem on Wednesday to take part in government review meetings and temple consecration on Thursday.

 

Chief Minister will be back to the state capital on 20 November.

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